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Upcoming Talk: Working Together to Impact the Health of Wild Animals

submitted by JSWFB on Monday, March 1 2010 at 5:24 PM

On Wednesday, March 3, at 4pm in D.H. Hill Library, Michael Stoskopf and Suzanne Kennedy-Stoskopf will give a talk about how they have worked together for over thirty years to make an impact on the health of wild animals.

The Stoskopfs are professors of wildlife health at NC State’s College of Veterinary Medicine who have clinically specialized in zoological medicine. They have dedicated their lives to studying health issues of wildlife around the world and to teaching the next generation of wildlife veterinarians.

Although her friends sometimes call her the Carnivore Queen because of her intense interest in large carnivores, Suzanne's work on infectious diseases has benefited a wide range of species from invertebrates to elephants. Michael is known for his groundbreaking text on fish medicine but, like Suzanne, is interested in solving problems for all wildlife species.

Event is free and open to the public.

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posted by marko on Monday, March 1 2010 at 5:45 PM

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3/1/2010 8:25:48 PM

Dick Danger
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this actually has nothing to do with any sort of hippyism

you dont call a plant pathologist a hippy for studying plant diseases, at least i hope you arent really that retarded

3/2/2010 1:06:27 PM

All American
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i worked with dr. stoskopf (michael) for almost two years

dude's a real douchebag

3/3/2010 1:02:59 PM

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wonder what these people think about human abortion...

3/4/2010 8:45:17 AM

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wild animals are delicious with bbq sauce

3/4/2010 5:46:58 PM

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