Allan J. Paul

Professor, Veterinary Pathobiology
Associate Dean for Public Engagement
Chair of Parasitology, Veterinary Pathobiology


DVM, Univ. of Illinois; MS, Univ. of Illinois

Professional Interests:

Epidemiology and chemotherapy of veterinary parasitic diseases of dogs, cats, horses, cattle, and swine. Efficacy and toxicity of the newer anthelmintics, including ivermectin, moxidectin, milbemycin, and doramectin. Recent interest in the control of the cat flea, Ctenocephalides felis.

Selected Publications:

Paul, AJ, Tranquilli, WJ, Wallace, DH and Todd, KS (1991). Evaluating the safety of administering high doses of a chewable ivermectin tablet to collies. J. Am. Vet. Med. Assoc. pp. 623-625.

Paul, AJ, Todd, KS, Acre, KE, Plue, RE, Wallace, DH, French, RA and Wallig, MA (1991). Efficacy of ivermectin chewables and two new ivermectin tablet formulations against Dirofilaria immitis larvae in dogs. Am. J. Vet. Res. 52 (11):1922-1923.

Paul, AJ, Todd, KS, Wallace, DH, Wallig, MA and Daurio, CP (1992). Efficacy of a chewable formulation containing ivermectin and pyrantel pamoate against the development of Dirofilaria immitis in dogs 30 days post-infection. Proceedings of Heartworm Symposium '92, pp. 197-199.