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Stephanie Thi, DVM

Resident, Unit for Laboratory Animal Medicine (ULAM)

ULAM Resident


Dr. Thi attended North Carolina State University and first discovered laboratory animal medicine during a summer internship at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences in the Research Triangle Park. After graduating with her bachelor’s degree in Zoology, she worked briefly as a laboratory animal care technician at UNC Chapel Hill, before returning to North Carolina State University to complete her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine.

During veterinary school, she participated in research projects involving sedation and analgesia in bullfrogs, and the role of the immune system in aging canines.


Dr. Thi’s research interests include animal enrichment and anesthesia and pain management techniques of exotic animals.

Professional Background

  • DVM, North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine, 2022
  • BS in Zoology, Minor in Biotechnology, North Carolina State University, 2017

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