Prather, E. Charlton
University of South Florida Libraries
Donald L. Price (1920 – 2005) earned his PhD in zoology from the University of Maryland in 1959 and spent his career as a research scientist, health program planner, educator, and consultant in the field of parasitology. In this oral history interview, he describes his involvement with parasitic research projects in Africa, Florida, Malaya, Mexico, and Puerto Rico. Price details his research into epizootic diseases, host-parasite interrelationships, and disease ecology as well as his involvement in the development of laboratory procedures and products. He also describes his research on disease entities including filariasis, onchocerciasis, schistosomiasis, and amebiasis. He concludes the interview by discussing two of his publications, Diagnosis of Intestinal Parasites and What No One Told You About Healthcare.
Oral History, Parasitology--Research, Public health personnel
1 sound file (153 min.) : digital, MP3 file
Oral History; Parasitology--Research; Public health personnel
Oral histories, Online audio
University of South Florida
Florida Public Health Oral History Project
Price, Donald L., "Donald L. Price Oral History Interview" (2016). Florida Public Health Oral History Project. 48.