Pitcairn Institute of Veterinary Homeopathy, 2017-18
Chi University of Chinese Medicine, 2010-Present
Residency, Emergency and Critical Care, North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine, 2004-2007
Internship, Small Animal Emergency, After Hours Small Animal Emergency Clinic, 2003-2004
DVM, Kansas State University, 2003
BS, University of Kansas, 1999
Certified Veterinary Tui-na Practitioner, Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Certified Veterinary Chinese Herbalist, Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist, Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine
Current research aims to study the use of pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy in birds. Other research interests include pain management in all species; and nutrition and how diets can affect the way patients feel, move, and interact with their world.
My teaching interest focuses on challenging students to think critically and strive to make a difference in the lives of their patients. I work with them to help think outside the box of allopathic medicine as they go into practice. I also enjoy helping each student to recognize different ways to stay grounded and maintain their mental health as they move forward in their career as veterinarians. Lastly, I am dedicated to coaching my students to ensure all patients are as comfortable as possible throughout their care, as well as addressing the different components of nutrition with all clients.
Scott K, Hansen B, DeFrancesco T. Coagulation Effects of Low Molecular Weight Heparin Compared to Heparin in Dogs Considered to be at Risk for Clinically Significant Venous Thrombosis. J Vet Emerg Crit Care 2009; 19(1) 74-80
Scott K, Hardie E, Marks SL. Tracheal Lacerations- Standards of Care Emergency and Critical Care Medicine Vol 8.11, 2006