Stephanie McGrath

Faculty Clinical Sciences

About Stephanie

Dr. McGrath is interested in treating seizure disorders and inflammatory brain diseases, as well as a variety of spinal cord disorders. Dr. McGrath is currently conducting research in infectious etiologies and treatment options for canine inflammatory brain diseases, the use of cannabidiol in veterinary medicine, and the use of stem cells in spinal cord injuries.

Education

MS, Residency in Neurology, 2011Medicine & Surgery Internship, Red Bank Veterinary Hospital, 2007DVM, Michigan State University, 2006BA, Columbia University, 1998

                

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