Biomedical Sciences

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 kimberly Stewart

Associate Professor
Biomedical sciences
Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine
Saint Kitts and Nevis


Dr. Stewart’s research and teaching interests focus on the management and health of nesting and foraging populations of leatherback, hawksbill, and green sea turtle populations in St. Kitts.

Research Interest

eatherback, hawksbill, and green sea turtle populations


  • Hill BA, Stewart K, Rawlins-Vaughan G, Illanes O, Young A, Clements K, Carter J, Norton T. Clinical Challenge. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine. In Press. 2014.

  • Horrocks JA, Stapleton S, Guada H, Lloyd C, Harris E, Fastigi M, Berkel J, Stewart K, Gumbs J, Eckert KL. 2016. International movements of adult female leatherback turtles in the Caribbean: results from tag recovery data (2002−2013). ESR 29:279-287.  

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