Aquatic Parasitology Laboratory
 
 

Our aim is to simply i) publish, ii) present, and iii) promote parasitological research on marine and freshwater fisheries and aquaculture topics in the southeastern United States and abroad. We have a great working group that is housed within a dynamic and truly multidisciplinary department. We’re also based in a fantastic geographic locality for excited biologists; having access to freshwater, marine, and estuarine habitats as well as aquaculture systems.

We encourage the use of human voice, so call us about collaborative opportunities, assistance with disease problems, or if you are looking for exciting and productive graduate programs in fisheries and aquaculture.


































 

Principal Investigator:

Stephen A. (“Ash”) Bullard, Associate Professor (CV Bullard.pdf)

School of Fisheries, Aquaculture, and Aquatic Sciences

College of Agriculture, Auburn University

Campus Mail: 203 Swingle Hall, Auburn University, Auburn, AL 36849

Office: 324 UpChurch Hall

ash.bullard@auburn.edu; 334.844.9278 / 334.844.9208 fax

At a glance...

The best beginning to a study of animals is a knowledge of their morphology and systematics.” Kabata (1979)

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