Prof John Gilleard

Prof John Gilleard
Prof John Gilleard
Professor
University of Calgary
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Presentations at BSP Parasites Online 2021

Time: To be announced
Keynote: Metabarcoding and amplicon sequencing in helminth diagnostics and surveillance

Session: Diagnosis and Biomarkers I
Room: To be announced

Profile of Prof John Gilleard

Prof John Gilleard’s research interests focus on drug resistance and molecular diagnostics in helminth parasites. His research group integrates parasitology, genetics and genomics to investigate the molecular basis, emergence and spread of anthelmintic drug resistance and to improve diagnostics. Dr. Gilleard’s research program uses the small ruminant parasite Haemonchus contortus as a model and studies both livestock and human gastrointestinal nematode parasites in the field.

Prof Gilleard qualified as a veterinarian from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Liverpool, UK. After three years in general veterinary practice, he undertook a PhD at the University of Glasgow and 5 years post-doctoral research at the Wellcome Centre for Molecular Parasitology, at the Department of Genetics, University of Glasgow. Dr. Gilleard then to spent 2 years in the Faculty of Medicine, University of Calgary on a Wellcome Trust Prize Travelingl Fellowship before returning to a faculty position at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Glasgow, UK. In 2007, he was appointed full Professor of Veterinary and Molecular Parasitology at Glasgow before moving to the University of Calgary in 2008 as Professor (Parasitology). He has held positions of Associate Dean Research, in Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Calgary (2012-2017 and 2019) and President of the American Association of Veterinary Parasitology (2018).

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