Joseph W. Camp, Jr, PhD

Professor, Veterinary Parasitology
Purdue University, Secretary of Faculties

Department of Comparative Pathobiology

Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine
625 Harrison Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907

Phone: 765.496.2463
Fax: 765.494.9830
Email: jcamp@purdue.edu

Education

1980 - PhD | Wake Forest University
1977 - MS | Illinois State University
1974 - BS | Illinois State University

Experience

2012 - 2013 | Director Diagnostic Parasitology Laboratory, PUWL
2003 - | Coordinator for Hatch/Animal Health projects, College of Veterinary Medicine
2003 - | Professor of Veterinary Parasitology
1999 - 2003 | Professor of Biological Sciences, Department of Biology, PUNC
1990 - 1999 | Associate Professor, Department of Biology, PUNC
1985 - 1990 | Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, PUNC
1983 - 1985 | Assistant Professor, Mundelein College
1982 - 1983 | Assistant Professor, Alice Lloyd College
1982 - 1982 | Lecturer, Illinois Benedictine College
1980 - 1981 | Postdoctoral Research Assistant, University of Puerto Rico, Immunoparasitology

Selected Publications

– Litster, A.L., J. Nichols, K. Hall, J. Camp, A.S. Mohamed. 2014. Use of ponazuril paste to treat coccidiosis in shelter-housed cats and dogs. Veterinary Parasitology. 202:319-325.

– Wren, B.T., T.R. Gillespie, J.W. Camp and M.J. Remis. 2015. Helminths of Vervet Monkeys, Chlorocebus aethiops, from Loskop Dam Nature Reserve, South Africa. Comparative Parasitology, 82:101-108.

– Rodriguez, J.Y., J.W. Camp, S.D. Lenz, K.R. Kazacos and K.F. Snowden. 2016. Identification of Heterobilharzia americana infection in a dog residing in Indiana with no history of travel. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 248:827-830

– Wren, B.T., M.J. Remis, J.W. Camp, and T.R. Gillespie. 2016. Number of grooming partners is associated with hookworm infection in wild vervet monkeys (Chlorocebus aethiops). Folia Primatologica, 87:168-179.

– Williams, B.M. et al. 2018. Dracunculus infections in domestic dogs and cats in North America; an under-recognized parasite? Veterinary Parasitology: Regional Studies and Reports. 13:148-155.

– Trumpp KM, Parsley AL, Lewis MJ, Camp JW Jr, Taylor SD. Presumptive tick paralysis in 2 American Miniature horses in the United States. J Vet Intern Med. 2019 Jun 3. doi: 10.1111/jvim.15540. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 31161701. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31161701

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