Dr. David Eugene Worley passed away from complications of pneumonia at Bozeman, Montana, on 3 February 2002. He was a Professor Emeritus of Veterinary Molecular Biology at Montana State University after a long and distinguished career in teaching, research, and public service, having “retired” in 1994. He remained active in his office and laboratory until the time of his death. He was the only parasitologist at Montana State University for many years and taught a variety of courses. Several students started a career in parasitology after taking 1 of his courses. He was an excellent mentor for his graduate students, and all became and remained close friends. Dave's extended family included all his graduate students. The first graduate student received the M.S. degree in 1964, and 21 graduate students followed. Dave had a broad interest in parasitology. He was concerned with the host–parasite relationships of...
Research Article| December 01 2003
DAVID E. WORLEY: 1929–2002
J Parasitol (2003) 89 (6): 1269–1270.
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Kenneth S. Todd; DAVID E. WORLEY: 1929–2002. J Parasitol 1 December 2003; 89 (6): 1269–1270. doi: https://doi.org/10.1645/GE-3239InMem
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