Anastasia Stellato | Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies

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Anastasia Stellato

U of G graduate student, Anastasia Stellato (PhD - Epidemiology) in the Science Atrium at the University of Guelph

2019 PhD Population Medicine
Research Area: 
Epidemiology
Summary: 

Through my research, I am privileged to be able to provide evidence-based knowledge that can be applied to promote canine welfare within veterinary clinics. 

Program

2019 Graduate – Population Medicine, PhD

About My Advisor… 

I had a very strong relationship with my advisor/mentor. She was approachable, helpful, considerate, and provided strong guidance and constructive feedback. I was very lucky to have her as my advisor, as she was a big part of my academic success thus far.

About Being a Grad Student at U of G… 

There are animals everywhere, from seeing eye dogs in training to horses and cows at the research barn.

How Will Your Research Improve Life?

Through my research, I am privileged to be able to provide evidence-based knowledge that can be applied to promote canine welfare within veterinary clinics. In particular, my research will assist veterinary staff and dog owners on how to improve a dog's experience at the veterinary clinic.