Organized in 1969, the Southeastern Society of Parasitologists comprises a diverse group of scientists from academia, industry, and government involved in the study and teaching of the scientific discipline of parasitology. Our members advance the scientific study of parasitism through teaching and research in undergraduate, graduate, and professional veterinary and medical curricula at institutions of higher education throughout the southeastern United States.
Parasitology is an inclusive scientific discipline and draws on contributions from diverse fields of study in anthropology, biology, biochemistry, behavior, ecology (also paleoecology), epidemiology, immunology, medicine (veterinary and human), molecular biology, physiology, pharmacology, systematics and taxonomy, zoology , and other related sciences.
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Dr. Charles Faulkner, Secretary-Treasurer