Dr. Sheri Ross received her veterinary degree in 1996 from the Atlantic Veterinary College at the University of Prince Edward Island, Canada. She then completed an internship at the University of Minnesota where she remained to complete a three-year internal medicine residency as well as a PhD in Nephrology and Urology. Dr. Ross served as an assistant clinical professor at the University of Minnesota for two years.
She then completed a fellowship in renal medicine and hemodialysis at UC Davis (performed at the UCVMC-SD), after which she accepted a clinical faculty position with the university. Dr. Ross’s specific research interests include the influence of diet on the progression of chronic kidney disease, feline acute ureteral obstruction, and applications of hemodialysis. She has authored numerous scientific articles and textbook chapters, and has lectured in the United States, Australia, and Asia.