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Kiterie graduated in 2005 from the National Veterinary School of Toulouse (France), before undertaking rotating small animal internships at the National Veterinary School of Alfort (Paris) and at the University of Glasgow. She then moved into research at the University of Oxford where she completed her Ph.D. studying the role of creatine in the failing heart using magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy. She returned to the University of Glasgow in 2013 to complete a residency in neurology and neurosurgery, and became a specialist in 2016, before moving to Edinburgh as a lecturer in 2017.

Research Interests

I am particularly interested in inborn error of metabolism in cats and dogs and the genetics of these disorders. I have an interest in clinical genetics in general and this work is done in collaboration with Dr Jeffrey Schoenebeck.  

I am also working on better characterising a fatal inflammatory disease of the central nervous system, affecting cats in North-East Scotland, commonly referred as “robotic cat disease. This study is a collaboration with Prof Danielle Gunn-Moore, Dr Eleanor Gaunt, Dr Alex Malbon & Mr Richard Brown. 


Year 2 and GEP: Animal body 3

Year 5: student selected rotation

Education/Academic qualification

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), University of Oxford

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, École Nationale Vétérinaire de Toulouse


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