Gordon Stull, VMD

Dr. Gordon Stull graduated from Middlebury College with a BS in Social Anthropology in 1967. He earned his V.M.D from the University of Pennsylvania in 1971 and furthered his education participating in a PhD program in molecular biology from 1971-1978.

He served on the Board of Directors for AVAR from 2003-2007. He is currently the Director of the Burlington County, NJ, Feral Cat Initiative, as well as the President of the Millennium Wildlife Sciences. He serves as the Project Oversight Advisor for the Black Bear Neutersol Project, a joint effort with the University of Pennsylvania, Six Flags and Millennium Wildlife Sciences to develop injectable sterilant for black bear population control.

He has been practicing companion animal medicine since graduating in 1978.