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Dr Eric Morgan
Dr Eric Morgan
Reader in Veterinary Parasitology
MA(Cantab), VetMB(Cantab), PhD(Warw), BA, MRCVS
Area of research
Veterinary Parasitology and Ecology
I am interested in the dynamic interaction between host and parasite populations, and its manipulation to achieve sustainable control. Applications include the practical diagnosis, epidemiology and control of parasites of veterinary importance, especially helminths. Current research priorities are:
Surveying camel parasites in Kazakhstan
- Migration and parasite transmission in the saiga antelope, Saiga tatarica (with Imperial College London)
- Grazing patterns and parasitic disease in livestock
- Mathematical models as tools for the sustainable control of helminths in domestic animals
- The epidemiology of wildlife disease, and parasite transmission at the wildlife-livestock boundary
Further information about the insect ecology and veterinary parasitology research group can be found on our website.
- Wright, I, Stokes, L, McGarry, J, Morgan, E, Elsheikha, H, De Waal, T, Cable, J & Abbott, EM, 2016, Addressing vectorborne diseases. Veterinary Record, In Practice, vol 178., pp. 455-456
- Verschave, SH, Charlier, J, Rose, H, Claerebout, E & Morgan, ER, 2016, Cattle and Nematodes Under Global Change: Transmission Models as an Ally. Trends in Parasitology.
- Verschave, SH, Rose, H, Morgan, ER, Claerebout, E, Vercruysse, J & Charlier, J, 2016, Modelling Cooperia oncophora: Quantification of key parameters in the parasitic phase. Veterinary Parasitology.
- Rose, H, Wang, T, van Dijk, J & Morgan, ER, 2015, GLOWORM-FL: A simulation model of the effects of climate and climate change on the free-living stages of gastro-intestinal nematode parasites of ruminants. Ecological Modelling, vol 297., pp. 232-245
- Rose, H, Caminade, C, Bolajoko, MB, Phelan, P, van Dijk, J, Baylis, M, Williams, D & Morgan, ER, 2015, Climate-driven changes to the spatio-temporal distribution of the parasitic nematode, Haemonchus contortus, in sheep in Europe. Global Change Biology, vol 22., pp. 1271-1285
- Olah, S, van Wyk, JA, Wall, R & Morgan, ER, 2015, FAMACHA©: A potential tool for targeted selective treatment of chronic fasciolosis in sheep. Veterinary Parasitology, vol 212., pp. 188-192
- Phelan, P, Morgan, ER, Rose, H, Grant, J & O'Kiely, P, 2015, Predictions of future grazing season length for European dairy, beef and sheep farms based on regression with bioclimatic variables. Journal of Agricultural Science.
- Walker, JG, Ofithile, M, Tavolaro, FM, van Wyk, JA, Evans, KE & Morgan, ER, 2015, Mixed methods evaluation of targeted selective anthelmintic treatment by resource-poor smallholder goat farmers in Botswana. Veterinary Parasitology, vol 214., pp. 80-88
- Bolajoko, M-B, Rose, H, Musella, V, Bosco, A, Rinaldi, L, Van Dijk, J, Cringoli, G & Morgan, ER, 2015, The basic reproduction quotient (Q0) as a potential spatial predictor of the seasonality of ovine haemonchosis. Geospatial health, vol 9., pp. 333-50
- Rose, H, Rinaldi, L, Bosco, A, Mavrot, F, Waal, Td, Skuce, P, Charlier, J, Torgerson, PR, Hertzberg, H, Hendrickx, G, Vercruysse, J & Morgan, ER, 2015, Widespread anthelmintic resistance in European farmed ruminants: a systematic review. The Veterinary Record.
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