Dr. Krystina Stadler, DVM, DACVR
University of Illinois
Two cats, Django and Lil Cat
Staffordshire terrier mixes, Betsie and Brody
Running, cycling, endurance racing (Triathalon + Ironman)
A bit about Dr. Stadler
Dr. Krystina Stadler is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Radiology. She graduated from University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine in 2012 as the class salutatorian with Magna Cum Laude. The following year she completed a rotating small animal surgery and medicine internship at University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine. From 2013-2016, Dr. Stadler underwent her diagnostic imaging residency at Michigan State University.
Prior to joining Summit, Dr. Stadler was an assistant professor at Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Stadler’s professional interests include cross-sectional imaging with a focus on neuroimaging and advanced MRI techniques. She is currently active in research and has presented and published multiple peer-reviewed articles within this field.
Clinically, Dr. Stadler enjoys interpreting all imaging modalities and working alongside the primary clinical to integrate imaging findings with the patient’s complete clinical picture. Dr. Stadler also is passionate about providing continuing education in diagnostic imaging and has instructed numerous continuing education courses for the veterinary community.
In her free time, Dr. Stadler is an avid runner, cyclist and triathlete. She has completed multiple full-Ironman distances races and has raced for Team USA at age-group triathlon world championships in short and long course distances. She is excited to relocate to the pacific northwest which will allow her to pursue additional endurance sports and spend more time exploring the region with her husband Rich. She spoils their two highly entertaining Staffordshire terrier mixes, Betsie and Brody and their two cats, Django and Lil Cat.