Dr. Olsen received a BS in Zoology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and received a DVM from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine. She enjoys working with dogs, cats, and exotic animals and loves the challenge that working with many species provides. One of her favorite parts of her job is establishing relationships with pets and their owners and working together to keep animals healthy. In her free time, Dr. Olsen likes to travel, go to Badger football games, and spend time with her family, friends, dog Hunter, and cat Max.
Erika Lukas is happy to join the medical staff at Fitchburg Veterinary Hospital. Her special interests include behavior, oncology, and natural therapies. Dr. Lukas grew up with horses but now concentrates on companion animals, with a focus on wellness and integrating the pet into the family.
Prior to veterinary training, Dr. Lukas did research in liver cancer at the University of Wisconsin and worked as a veterinary technician in the Department of Oncology at the UW School of Veterinary Medicine. She carries her interest in oncology to clinical companion animal practice. In her free time, Dr. Lukas enjoys relaxing with her family, geocaching, knitting, running, writing, and publishing "Mad Lovin' Mama", her independent magazine.
Dr. Stein received her Bachelor of Animal Science from the University of Arizona in 1998 and graduated from the Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Science in 2002.
After practicing for nine years in Colorado, Dr. Stein recently moved to the Madison area and joined the Fitchburg Veterinary Team in 2011. Her special interests include pain management, soft tissue and dental surgery, internal medicine, emergency/critical care and preventative health. She has been certified in veterinary medical acupuncture since 2006.
In her time away from the clinic she enjoys spending time with her husband John, two dogs (Bridger and Cinder) and two cats (Jackson and Shere Khan). She also enjoys skiing, camping, trail running, cycling, reading, cooking and travelling.
Kelsey Gleason is very excited to be joining the medical staff at Fitchburg Veterinary Hospital. She loves working with dogs and cats, specifically in providing quality wellness care to help promote long, healthy lives and working with owners to develop rewarding a human-animal relationships with their pets. Outside of work, Dr. Gleason enjoys spending quality time with her husband, their two dogs, a black Labrador named Charlie and a Maltese named Desi, and their two cats Lena & Kisa.