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Michael Stoskopf

Area(s) of Expertise

  • Ecological Metabolomics
  • Habitat Health Risk Assessment
  • Environmental Impacts on Physiology
  • Global Change and Ocean Acidification
  • Conservation Genomics
  • Minimally Invasive Diagnostics for Wildlife and Fisheries Species

Research Summary

I direct the Environmental Medicine Consortium at NCSU and participate actively in the inter-college Fisheries and Wildlife and Marine Sciences programs. I am a professor of wildlife and aquatic health in the Department of Clinical Sciences (CVM) with appointments in Forestry (CNR), Biomedical Engineering (CE), and Toxicology (CALS). My research focuses on population, ecosystem and landscape approaches to health management of wildlife species broadly defined to include aquatic and marine species including invertebrates and vertebrates.


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