Alice C Y Lee

Alice C Y Lee,

Assistant Professor – Parasitology

Department: Department of Comparative, Diagnostic & Population Medicine
Business Phone: (352) 294-8664
Business Email: alice.lee@vetmed.ufl.edu

About Alice C Y Lee

RESEARCH

Dr. Lee’s research interests include host-parasite immune interactions, neglected parasitic infections, zoonotic disease, endoscopic imaging for in vivo evaluation of anthelmintic drug efficacy, and diagnostic parasitology.

TEACHING

Dr. Lee teaches parasitology to DVM students in their first, third, and fourth years of the veterinary curriculum. She is also coordinator for a graduate-level course, Issues in the Responsible Conduct of Research.

SERVICE

Dr. Lee serves on committees for the UF College of Veterinary Medicine as well as the American Association of Veterinary Parasitologists.

Accomplishments

AAVP-CAPC Graduate Student Award in Zoonotic Diseases
2015 · American Association of Veterinary Parasitologists
AAVP-Merck Outstanding Graduate Student Award
2014 · American Association of Veterinary Parasitologists
National Center for Veterinary Parasitology Fellowship
2012-2016 · National Center for Veterinary Parasitology
Novartis Animal Health Research Fellowship
2007-2012 · Novartis Animal Health

Teaching Profile

Courses Taught
2020-2024
VME6767 Issues in the Responsible Conduct of Research
2018-2023
VEM5150 Vet Parasitology
2018-2023
VEM5154 Large Anim Parasitol
2019-2025
VEM5153 Small Anim Parasitol
2021-2024
VEM5991 Clkship Indiv Invest
2023-2024
VME6905 Problems in Veterinary Medical Sciences

Board Certifications

  • Diplomate – Parasitology specialty
    American College of Veterinary Microbiologists

Research Profile

Dr. Lee’s research interests include host-parasite immune interactions, neglected parasitic infections, zoonotic disease, endoscopic imaging for in vivo evaluation of anthelmintic drug efficacy, and diagnostic parasitology.

Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID)

0000-0002-6506-684X

Publications

2023
Diagnosis of canine intestinal parasites: Improved detection of Dipylidium caninum infection through coproantigen testing
Veterinary Parasitology. 324 [DOI] 10.1016/j.vetpar.2023.110073.
2023
Haplotypic analysis of cox1 from Toxocara canis demonstrates five distinct clades that are not geographically defined
PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases. 17(10) [DOI] 10.1371/journal.pntd.0011665. [PMID] 37878585.
2015
Determination of anthelmintic efficacy against Toxocara canis in dogs by use of capsule endoscopy.
Veterinary parasitology. 212(3-4):227-31 [DOI] 10.1016/j.vetpar.2015.08.013. [PMID] 26321133.
2010
Epidemiologic and zoonotic aspects of ascarid infections in dogs and cats.
Trends in parasitology. 26(4):155-61 [DOI] 10.1016/j.pt.2010.01.002. [PMID] 20172762.

Education

PhD – Infectious Diseases
2016 · Cornell University
DVM
2006 · Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph

Contact Details

Phones:
Business:
(352) 294-8664
Emails:
Addresses:
Business Mailing:
PO Box 100123
GAINESVILLE FL 32610