Kristi Flynn, Assistant Clinical Professor
Dr. Flynn is a graduate of the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine. She emphasizes quality medicine and client service with an emphasis on professional improvement, teamwork and collaboration within the veterinary community.
Catherine Hageman, Assistant Clinical Professor
Dr. Hageman graduated veterinary school from Colorado State University. She joins the University of Minnesota after working in private practice in Colorado. Dr. Hageman is a certified veterinary acupuncturist.
Sue Lowum, Assistant Clinical Professor
Dr. Sue Lowum graduated veterinary school from the University of Minnesota with many awards and honors. She then went on to complete a rigorous rotating internship at the University of Minnesota where she gained experience in emergency medicine, surgery, and internal medicine. She joined our General Practice Service in 2008. Dr. Lowum’s medical interests are numerous but include geriatric medicine, preventative medicine, endocrine disease, cardiology, oncology, and gastrointestinal disease.
Margaret Root Kustritz, Professor of Theriogenology
Dr. Peggy Root Kustritz is a 1987 graduate of the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine. After working in small animal private practice in the Twin Cities for several years, she returned to the University of Minnesota, completing a residency in theriogenology. She achieved board certification in theriogenology in 1994, and completed a PhD in theriogenology in 1995. She currently is employed as an associate professor in small animal reproduction and also serves as vice-chair of the Veterinary Clinical Sciences Department and Assistant Dean of Education of the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine. She is the author of several veterinary texts and one text for dog breeders and is a frequent speaker for lay and veterinary audiences.