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Kimberly Ange-van Heugten

Teaching Associate Professor

Riddick Hall 463A


Dr. Ange-van Heugten’s primary appointment at NC State University is education. She teaches approximately 7-8 companion animal and/or nutrition courses per year with an average yearly enrollment of approximately 450 students. She also runs a comparative nutrition research program. In recent years, this program has been very active. Areas of focus include: researching the feline and great ape microbiome, fatty acid concentrations comparisons within and between human-managed and free-ranging amphibians, reptiles, megaherbivores (elephant and rhino), and great-apes; general nutrition improvements and concerns, as well as testing, advancing technologies within numerous species (elephants, primates (chimps and gorillas), rhinos & tapis (and other perissodactyla species), sea turtles and toads).


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