John McGarry


John McGarry completed his PhD on fly population dynamics in 1992 at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine where he worked for 28 years, completing numerous projects in Africa, before moving to the School of Veterinary Science in 2008. Research interests are the biology and control of parasitic arthropods - principally flies, ticks and mites - as agents of skin infestations and vectors of disease. John is the author of some 60 publications, he has more recent interests in parasitic lungworms of companion animals, zoonotic helminths of wildlife and in forensic entomology, a pathology-related veterinary specialism unique to the Liverpool School of Veterinary Science.

Author's Books

Parasites and Pets

A Veterinary Nursing Guide