Michael Stoskopf received his D.V.M. degree from Colorado State University, Colo, USA and his Ph.D. degree in biochemical toxicology and environmental health sciences from Johns Hopkins University, Md, USA. He was a Diplomate and Former President of the American College of Zoological Medicine, Idaho, USA and is a Former President of the International Association of Aquatic Animal Medicine, Calif, USA. He has practiced clinical medicine in zoos and aquaria and most recently has served for the past 20 years on the Faculty of North Carolina State University, NC, USA, where he directs the Environmental Medicine Consortium. He holds appointments as Professor of wildlife and aquatic health in the College of Veterinary Medicine; fisheries and wildlife sciences in the College of Natural Resources; environmental and molecular toxicology in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences; biomedical engineering in the College of Engineering; environmental sciences and marine and coastal sciences in the university wide programs. Widely published, much of his research is focused on habitat health risk assessment and ecological metabolonomics.
Biography Updated on 16 April 2009