Harry Hariharan, DVSM, MSc, PhD
Dr. Harry Hariharan is a Professor in the University’s pathobiology academic program. His research interests include epidemiology of zoonotic bacteria, the role of Campylobacter in Guillain-Barre syndrome in humans, emerging bacterial pathogens from domestic animals and wildlife, antimicrobial drug resistance trends, and subclinical mastitis in small ruminants.
Prior to coming to St. George’s University, Dr. Hariharan held a position as a Professor of Bacteriology at the Atlantic Veterinary College, University of Prince Edward Island. He also served on AVMA’s Board of Scientific Reviewers from 2002 to 2005.
Dr. Hariharan received his DVSM from the University of Edinburgh, and his PhD and MSc from the University of Guelph. He has won a Pfizer Award for Research Excellence at St. George’s University, and the University of Prince Edward Island Academic Scholarly Achievement Merit Award. Dr. Hariharan has published 91 papers and 3 book reviews in refereed journals, and 32 conference proceedings/abstracts.