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Primary interest is in the epidemiology and control of internal parasites of grazing animals, including improved diagnostics, evaluation of and sustainable use of anthelmintics. Anthelmintic resistance is an increasing problem. Identifying the problem before it occurs by looking at both the worm and the hosts are important aspects of this research. Exploitation of the parasite at times of vulnerability by management is an area of interest. Research in arthropod borne protozoan infections including pathogenesis and the epidemiology of parasites of man and domesticated animals is also something I do.
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