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James Flowers, PhD

Clinical Professor, Parasitology

Office: 919.513.6404
Lab: Clinical Microbiology
Lab Phone: 919.513.6560
Lab Fax: 919.513.6568

American Society of Parasitologists
Infectious Diseases
Diagnosis and identification of parasite infections. Collection, fixation, staining, mounting, and identification of parasitic helminths.

  • 2014. Notes on the Fish Parasite Nitzschia (Monogenoidea: Capsalidae) in North America.JR Flowers, MA Matsche. | Northeastern Naturalist. 21(3):N18-N27.
  • 2013. Physiological Condition of Female White-tailed Deer in Nutrient-deficient Habitat type.Chitwood, MC, CS Deperno, JR Flowers, and S Kennedy-Stoskopf. | Southeastern Naturalist. 12:307-316.
  • 2013. Ventricular Habronemiasis in Aviary Passerines.Niemuth, JN, JV Allgood, JR Flowers, RS De Voe, and BV Troan. | Case Reports in Veterinary Medicine. Volume 2013 (2013), Article ID 719465, 6 pages.
  • 2012. Clinical and Pathological Effects of the Polyopisthocotylean Monogenean, Gamacallum macroura in White Bass.Clarke III EO, CA Harms, JM Law, JR Flowers, VN Williams, BD Ring, AS McGinty, M Hopper & CV Sullivan. | Journal of Aquatic Animal Health. 24: 251-257.
  • 2011. Pseudosonsinotrema megalorchis n. sp. (Digenea: Pleurogenidae) from the Paramo Marsupial Frog, Gastrotheca pseustes (Anura: Hemiphractidae), from Ecuador.Flowers JR, M. Law, and Sofia Carvajal-Endara. | Comparative Parasitology. 78: 15-20.
  • 2011. Prevalence of Antibody to Toxoplasma gondii And Trichinella spp. in Feral Pigs (Sus Scrofa) Of Eastern North Carolina.Sandfoss, M., C. DePerno, S. Patton, J Flowers, and S. Kennedy-Stoskopf. | Journal of Wildlife Diseases. 47: 338-343.
  • 2010. Observations and treatment of Nitzschia sturionis on Atlantic Sturgeon Acipenser oxyrinchus oxyrinchus from Chesapeake Bay.Matsche MA, Flowers JR, Markin E., and Spence C. | Journal of Aquatic Animal Health. 22:174–181.
  • 2005. Surgical Removal of Cataracts Due to Diplostomum species in Gulf Sturgeon (Acipenser oxyrinchus desotoi).Bakal RS, Hickson BH, Gilger BC, Levy MG, Flowers J, and Khoo L. | Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine. 36(3): 504-508.
  • 2005. Renal Trematodiasis in Captive Double-Toothed Barbets (Lybius bidentatus).Rotstein DS, Flowers JR, Wolfe BA, and Loomis M. | Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine. 36(1): 124-126.