Dr. Sarah Stewart is originally from British Columbia (Canada), and received her D.V.M. Degree from the University of Saskatchewan in 2008. She completed her rotating internship at NYC Veterinary Specialists, followed by an internal medicine residency at the Animal Medical Center in New York City in 2012.
Sarah then spent three years in private specialty practice in San Francisco followed by six years at the Royal Veterinary College as a Lecturer in Internal Medicine & Oncology, splitting her time equally between both services. During her time at the RVC she was the co-chair of the Antimicrobial Stewardship Group, and has a special interest in the clinical approach to antimicrobial resistance. She is also a VIN Consultant in Urology & Nephrology, an ESVONC member, and serves as Editor in Chief of the journal Topics in Companion Animal Medicine. Since 2022.
Sarah has been working as a consultant and locum in both oncology and internal medicine, working within the UK and internationally at specialty private practices and academic institutions including Texas A&M University, Louisiana State University and Massey University. She loves all aspects of internal medicine and medical oncology — particularly working up complex cases where the differentiation between immune-mediated, infectious and neoplastic disease is challenging — and is especially passionate about round cell tumours, urothelial neoplasms, gastroenterology, feline geriatric medicine, urology/nephrology and antimicrobial stewardship.
Outside of veterinary medicine she is a certified sake and wine educator and enjoys teaching classes on wine, sake and cheese tasting at West London Wine School during evenings and weekends.