- Animal Parasitic Disease Laboratory, United States Department of Agriculture- Agricultural Research Service, Beltsville, United States of America
- Animal diseases, Coevolution, Disease Ecology/Evolution, Epidemiology, Eukaryotic pathogens/symbionts, Evolution of hosts, infectious agents, or vectors, Parasites, Phylogenetics of hosts, infectious agents, or vectors, Population dynamics of hosts, infectious agents, or vectors, Population genetics of hosts, infectious agents, or vectors, Zoonoses
- recommender, manager
Areas of expertise
Dr. Benjamin Rosenthal, USDA Scientist at the Agricultural Research Service’s Beltsville Agricultural Research Center in Beltsville, MD serves as Lead Scientist for the project Foodborne Parasites and their Impact on Food Safety and as Research Leader for the Animal Parasitic Disease Laboratory. His professional service includes membership on the International Commission on Trichinellosis, handling editor at the journal Infection, Genetics, and Evolution, and Academic Editor for PLoS One. He has published widely on parasite biology, epidemiology, evolution, and control. The National Institute of Food and Agriculture, The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the National Institutes of Health, The Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, and the Center for Produce Safety have provided additional support for his research program. Dr. Rosenthal completed his undergraduate at Oberlin College and his doctorate at the Harvard School of Public Health.