Andy Moorhead, DVM, MS, PhD, DACVM (Parasitology), is a small animal parasitologist and assistant professor at University of Georgia. Dr. Moorhead earned his DVM from North Carolina State University, his MS in veterinary parasitology from Purdue University, and his PhD from Cornell University. He is also an at-large member of the executive board of the American Heartworm Society. Dr. Moorhead's main research interests are the role of host-specific cues in development of filarial worms, specifically Dirofilaria immitis and Brugia malayi.
Cassan N. Pulaski, DVM, MPH, PhD, is a diagnostic parasitologist and clinical assistant professor at University of Georgia and a practicing small animal clinician. Dr. Pulaski earned her DVM, MPH, and PhD and completed a parasitology residency program at Louisiana State University. She is also a board member of the Companion Animal Parasite Council. Dr. Pulaski’s main research interests are in parasite drug resistance (Dirofilaria immitis and Ancylostoma caninum), vector-host dynamics (mosquito), and clinical epidemiology.