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Amy Stieler Stewart, DVM, PhD, DACVIM

Assistant Research Professor

Contact:

alstiele@ncsu.edu

Dr. Amy Stieler Stewart is an Assistant Research Professor in the Department of Clinical Sciences. Dr. Stewart is originally from Merritt Island, Florida and attended the University of Florida for her undergraduate and veterinary degrees (Go Gators!!). She then completed a one-year rotating internship in Large Animal Medicine and Surgery at the University of Georgia. She returned to the University of Florida in 2012, completed a three-year residency in Large Animal Medicine and became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in 2015. She then moved to Raleigh, joined NCSU and completed a PhD in Comparative Biomedical Sciences under the direction of Dr. Liara Gonzalez in 2019. Dr. Stewart’s research centers around the use of large animal models including the horse and pig to study gastrointestinal disease. She is currently developing models of equine intestinal injury using 2D and 3D epithelial stem cell culture and focusing on epithelial signaling mechanisms in intestinal repair after injury. In her free time, Dr. Stewart enjoys distance running, indoor cycling, college sports and spending time with her husband and son.
Gonzalez LM, Stewart AS, Freund J, Kucera CR, Dekaney CM, Magness ST, Blikslager AT. Preservation of Reserve Intestinal Epithelial Stem Cells following Severe Ischemic Injury. Am J Phys GI 2019; 316 (4): G482-G494. doi: 10.1152/ajpgi.00262.2018.

Stieler Stewart A, Freund JM, Blikslager AT, Gonzalez LM. Intestinal Stem Cell Isolation and Culture in a Porcine Model of Segmental Small Intestinal Ischemia. J. Vis. Exp. 2018;135: e57647. doi:10.3791/57647.

Stewart AS, Freund JM, Gonzalez LM. Advanced Three-Dimensional Culture of Equine Intestinal Epithelial Stem Cells. EVJ 2018; 50 (2): 241-248. doi: 10.1111/evj.12734.

Stewart AS, Pratt-Philips S, Gonzalez LM. Alterations in intestinal permeability: The role of the “leaky gut” in health and disease. JEVS 2017; 52: 10-22.

Stieler Stewart AL, Sanchez LC, Mallicote MF, Muniz AL, Westerterp MS, Burrow JA, and MacKay RJ. Effects of clarithromycin, azithromycin, and rifampicin on terbutaline induced sweating in foals. EVJ 2017; 49 (5): 624-628. doi: 10.1111/evj.12677.

Taylor KR, MacKay RJ, Nelson EA, Stieler AL, Roberts JF, Castleman WL. Spinal Cord Hamartomatous Myelodysplasia in 2 Horses with Clinical Neurologic Deficits. Vet Pathol 2016; 53 (4): 844-846. Doi: 10.1177/0300985815622971.

Stieler AL, Sanchez LC, Mallicote MF, Martabano BB, Burrow JA, and MacKay R.J.
Macrolide-induced hyperthermia in foals: Role of impaired sweat responses. EVJ 2016;
48(5):590-4.

McNaughten JW, Pozor MA, Mallicote MF, Stieler AL, Kelleman AA, MacPherson ML. Non-Surgical management of vaginal prolapse in a late gestation alpaca (Lamos pacos). Clinical Therio 2014; 6 (4) 489-493.

Stieler AL, Reuss SM, Werpy NM, MacKay RJ. What is your neurologic diagnosis?
Sarcocystosis in a horse. JAVMA 2013; 243 (6) 779-781.

Stieler AL, Bernardo BS, Donovan GA. Neutrophil and monocyte function in neonatal dairy calves fed fresh or frozen colostrum. Intern J Appl Res Vet Med 2012; 10 (4) 328-334.