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James H. Slusser , MS

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    • Instructor

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    • Faculty

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    • Lewis Hall

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    • MS (Biology)  1978  Boston College

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    • Histology

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    • Faculty Instructor, Department of Pathology and Anatomy, Eastern Virginia Medical School, 2012 - present.


      Faculty Instructor, Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology, Eastern Virginia Medical School, 1988 - 1999.


      Director, Lewis Hall Electron Microscopy Facility, Eastern Virginia Medical School, 1981 - 1999.


      Research Associate, Department of Pathology, Eastern Virginia Medical School, 1980 - 1981.


      Research Associate, Renal lmmunopathology Division, University of Texas Medical Branch, 1978 - 1980.


Marchiondo, A. A., S. M. Meola, K. G. Palma, J. H. Slusser, & R. W. Meola. Chorion formation and ultrastructure of the egg of the cat flea (Siphonaptera: Pulicidae). J. Medical Entomology 36(2):149-157.

Development studies of Aurelia (jellyfish) ephyrae which developed during the SLS-1 mission.  Spangenberg DB, Jernigan T, McCombs R, Lowe BT, Sampson M, Slusser J. Adv Space Res. 1994;14(8):239-47.

Marchiondo, A. A., R. Ming, F. Anderson, J. Slusser, & G. Conder. 1994. Enhanced larval cyst growth of Echinococcus multilocularis in praziquantel-treated jirds (Meriones unguiculatus). Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg. 50(1):120-127.

Slusser, J. and D. Sonenshine. 1992. Absence of ovicidal effects of fenoxycarb in the tick Nodes dammini as observed by light, scanning, and transmission electron microscopy.  J. Medical Entomology 29(l):115-117.

Marchiondo, A., J. Riney, D. Sonenshine, K. Rowe, and J. Slusser. 1990. Ovicidal and larvicidal modes of action of fenoxycarb against the cat flea (Siphonaptera: Pulicidae). Medical Entomology 27:913-921.