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Suzanne Kennedy-Stoskopf

blue gloves cleaning big tiger teeth

Nov 12, 2019

Wild Things: 30 Years of Zoological Medicine at the CVM

30 years ago, the CVM changed the way zoological medicine was practiced and taught. Today, it remains an unmatched force in the field. 

Apr 27, 2018

New Study Aims to Combat Blindness in the Endangered Red Wolf

A new research project at the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine could make a vital impact on the survival of the critically endangered American red wolf. Only about 40 of the wolves live in the wild, all in North Carolina. Principal investigator Freya Mowat, CVM assistant professor of ophthalmology, has received a grant to develop… 

Suzanne Kennedy-Stoskopf examines patient with staff

Oct 8, 2017

ACZM Presents Kennedy-Stoskopf with Lifetime Achievement Honor

Suzanne Kennedy-Stoskopf, research professor of wildlife and ecosystem health at the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine, has received the American College of Zoological Medicine’s lifetime achievement award. The award recognizes those who have made an extraordinary commitment to the ACZM and significant contributions to zoological medicine. The award is named for Murray Fowler, widely recognized… 

team rescues turtles

Sep 13, 2016

Turtle Rescue Partnership Turns 20

It is also the eleventh year that fourth-year students from the CVM have the opportunity to experience a clinical rotation in sea turtle rehabilitation and rescue... 

Taylor Locklear

Sep 6, 2016

Class of 2020: A Fresh Perspective

Forget the warm fuzzies — especially the warm part. Taylor Locklear wants to work with amphibians and reptiles, even ones that are venomous, 10 feet long, 150 pounds and could knock her over... 

green sea turtles cold stunned on the beach in cape lookout

Feb 7, 2016

NC State Faculty Respond to Record Number of Cold Stunned Sea Turtles

An unseasonably warm December, followed by precipitous drops in temperature after the New Year, caught a record number of young green sea turtles inshore where they are vulnerable to Cold Stun Syndrome... 

Dr. Mowat (left) examines the eyes of a red wolf restrained by Dr. Kennedy-Stoskopf (right)

Feb 7, 2016

Red Wolves May Help Understanding of Human Eye Disease

Careful work with red wolf reintroduction efforts may help us better understand an array of eye diseases that affect as many as 1.8 million people in the United States...