Stacey Byers

Associate Clinical Sciences

B204 VTH

970-297-4182

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Clinical Specialty: Livestock internal medicine

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About Stacey

Dr. Byers is Assistant Professor in the Livestock Medicine and Surgery section. She joined the group in 2009 after completing her residency in Agriculture Animal Medicine at Washington State University. Dr. Byers is boarded in Large Animal Internal Medicine. Clinical Specialty: Livestock internal medicine Research interest: metabolic diseases, gastrointestinal diseases, neonatology

Education

MS, Washington State University, Pullman, WA. MS in Veterinary Sciences., 2009DVM, Washington State Univeristy. Pullman, WA., 2005BS, University of Missouri-Rolla, Rolla, Missouri. BS in Metallurgical Engineering., 1989

Certifications

Professional
Diplomate in ACVIM (Large Animal)

Publications

Byers SR, Evermann JF, Bradway DS, Grimm AL, Ridpath JF, Parish SM, Tibary A, Barrington GM, 2011, The effects of exposure of susceptible alpacas to alpacas persistently infected with bovine viral diarrhea virus, Can Vet J, 52, 263–271.Byers SR, Barrington GM, Nelson D, Haldorson G, Holt T, Callan R. Neurological causes of diaphragmatic paralysis in eleven alpacas (Vicugna pacos). J Vet Int Med. Accepted 30 Nov 2010 Byers SR, Evermann JF, Bradway DS, Parish S, Barrington GM. Evaluation of a commercial bovine viral diarrhea virus vaccine in nonpregnant female alpacas (Vicugna pacos). Vaccine 2010;28:591-593.Byers SR, Snekvick, KR, Righter DJ, Evermann JF, Bradway DS, Parish SM, Barrington GM, 2009, Disseminated bovine viral diarrhea virus in a persistently infected alpaca (Vicugna pacos) cria, J Vet Diagn Invest, 21, 145-148.Byers SR, Cary JA, Farnsworth KD, 2009, Comparison of endotracheal intubation techniques in llamas, Can Vet J, 50, 745-749.Byers, SR, Parish SM, Homes SP, Donahoe SL, Barrington GM, 2007, A fungal granuloma of the frontal sinus in a llama, Can Vet J, 48, 939–941.

Research Specialty

Food Animal Exclusive/Predominant

                
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