Araceli Lucio-Forster, PhD
Veterinary Parasitology: parasite identification, diagnostic methods, and education.
PhD (Cornell University)
Dr. Lucio-Forster earned her PhD in Microbiology from Cornell University in 2007 where she studied zoonotic waterborne and soil-transmitted parasites under the tutelage of Dr. Dwight D. Bowman. After graduation, she accepted a position in Cornell’s Department of Microbiology and Immunology, where her main focus is teaching Clinical Diagnostic Parasitology to 3rd and 4th year veterinary students. Additionally, she is a co-instructor in the courses Wildlife Parasitology and Parasites as Literary Protagonists, and an invited lecturer in General, Medical and Veterinary Parasitology, Swine Management, and Sheep and Goat Medicine Lab courses. Dr. Lucio-Forster has authored a number of manuscripts on parasite detection and identification, and is currently working on chapters for the new editions of Infectious Disease Management in Animal Shelters and Infectious Diseases of the Dog and Cat.