Dr. Tereza Stastny grew up in Calgary, AB, Canada. She attended the University of Notre Dame on an athletic (soccer) and academic scholarship obtaining her Bachelor of Science degree in Premedical Sciences. She attended the University of Calgary earning her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. Dr. Stastny completed a rotating internship at Texas A&M University and completed an emergency and critical care residency at Michigan State University.
Dr. Stastny has a keen interest in respiratory physiology and mechanical ventilation, sepsis & SIRS, post-surgical critical care, cardiac emergencies, acute kidney injuries, and toxicities. She also has a strong interest in hemodialysis.
Dr. Stastny is passionate about teaching and has been recognized for her talents earning the Small Animal Teaching Award as an intern at Texas A & M. She is excited to join AVECCC because it provides the opportunity to teach staff, interns and residents.