Daniel Fitzpatrick

Daniel Fitzpatrick, MS

Demonstrator III

Mr. Daniel Fitzpatrick is a Demonstrator in the Department of Pathobiology. He is course director for Topics in Veterinary Entomology, course co-director for Interpreting Scientific Literature for the Veterinary Clinician, and a lecturer in the veterinary parasitology and introductory research classes.

Mr. Fitzpatrick’s current research projects include research on the viral and microsporidian pathogens affecting Grenadian honeybees (Apis mellifera L.) and viral and protozoan pathogens of humans and animals (e.g., dengue, Chikungunya, and Zika viruses) vectored by mosquitoes and other arthropods.

Mr. Fitzpatrick earned a dual BSc degree in Microbiology and Psychology and an MSc in Entomology from the University of Florida, specializing in insect virology, RNA interference, and mosquito biology.