Neil B. Chilton


Department of Biology


BSc (Adelaide)

BSc Hons (Flinders)

PhD (Flinders)     


Summary of Research Interests


My research examines fundamental questions and applied problems relating to the systematics, population genetics, ecology, and evolution of parasites (e.g. ticks & helminths). Studies are also being conducted in my laboratory on tick-borne bacteria (pathogens and endosymbionts). Go to the "Research Projects" link below for more details and for research opportunities for prospective graduate and undergraduate students.

Surveillance Program of Ticks and Tick-borne Pathogens (bacteria) in Saskatchewan

In collaboration with Phil Curry (Saskatchewan Ministry of Health), we are conducting an tick and tick-borne disease surveillance program in the province. To submit ticks or to read more, go to the "Tick Surveillance" link below.