We study helminth parasites to better understand the world’s biodiversity and improve health while advancing
diagnostic tools for detecting infections caused by helminths of domestic animals, wildlife, and humans.

Congrats Kaylee!

This weekend, Kaylee delivered a wonderful presentation on the ongoing bison parasitology work being done in the Verocai lab at the …
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Welcome Maureen!

The Verocai Lab would like to welcome new PhD graduate student Maureen Kelly! Moving from Pittsburgh to Miami, she earned her …
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Congrats Hannah!

Veterinary student and current member of the Verocai Lab, Hannah Danks, presented her awesome research at the 2022 CVMBS Trainee Research …
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April showers bring spring papers

More wonderful work from the Verocai Lab, check it out! Detection of Dirofilaria immitis via integrated serological and molecular analyses in coyotes from Texas, …
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And the award goes to…

Congratulations to all the Verocai Lab Awards reciepinets! They are well-deserved and include: Guilherme Verocai for Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital Clinical Service …
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Interested in learning about parasitology but don’t know how?

Join the newly formed TAMU AAVP student chapter! All students are welcome (undergraduates, graduates, and veterinary students).

Email – kulpamat@gmail.com to receive the most current information regarding this exciting new opportunity at Texas A&M