Dr. Victor J Stora is a graduate of LSU School of Veterinary Medicine. Prior to that he studied molecular & cellular biology and chemistry at Wagner College. It was there his interests in genetics began.
After graduating from LSU, Dr. Stora completed an academic internship at Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Polytechnic University. After his internship he completed a residency in Medical Genetics, Pediatrics & Reproduction at The Matthew J Ryan Hospital, University of Pennsylvania. At UPenn, he oversaw 3 to 4 students’ clinical work, with cases that include severe pediatric conditions, hereditary diseases, or provides advanced assisted reproduction technology. In 2018 Dr Stora passed his boards in Theriogenology.
He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Society for Theriogenology and The American Society for Andrology. His specialization is in canine genetic counseling & andro-urology. Beyond his specialization, his interests are in canine & feline internal medicine, critical care, dermatology and behavior. He currently resides in Staten Island, where he is a breeder of Shetland Sheepdogs, with a current kennel size of 12.