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Short Biography of Author
|Geoff Hide is Professor of Parasitology at the University of Salford in the UK. He currently holds the position of Director of Human and Natural Sciences within the School of Science, Engineering and Environment at Salford. His research interests focus on protozoan parasites—Toxoplasma and trypanosomes comprise a large body of his work—but he has also published in other areas of parasitology. His interests are broad and range from parasite epidemiology and ecology, through population genetics and host parasite interactions to cell and molecular biology. He has previously been on the Council of the British Society of Parasitology and has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Biology, the Royal Society of Medicine and the Linnean Society.|
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