Cort Stoskopf M.D.'s Profile
Cort Stoskopf M.D.
In his early career Dr. Cort Stoskopf joined a medical research team, which discovered Radio Immuno Assay – the method hormones are measured enabling doctors to pinpoint the origins of various diseases. This discovery led to a Nobel Prize.
After finishing his residency at UC Irvine Medical Center with groundbreaking lab discoveries, Cort began a successful 22-year OB/GYN practice. Not only an accomplished surgeon and women’s health pioneer, with thousands of obstetric deliveries, Dr. Stoskopf is also an experienced architectural designer and builder. He designed and built a 24-acre Disney-like estate, complete with stone castles, lakes and waterfalls.
Dr. Stoskopf’s motto: “The right tool for the right job and if you can’t buy it, make it,” led him to the construction of a 10,000 sq. ft man cave. Equipped with every tool and machine needed, from cabinetry to metal fabrication to automotive customization, Dr. Stoskopf is currently working on his newest creation, an off-road motor home on a 10-ton military weapons carrier chassis.
With a passion for off-road racing, Dr. Stoskopf spent 15-years with Rod Hall International/Team Hummer, earning 8-wins in the Baja 1000 and 6-wins in the Baja 500. It was at one of these races where he met Alan Taylor and was asked to contribute to the ERN line-up bringing his diverse background and wealth of knowledge to the airwaves.