At the University of Toronto, I developed two courses: Arthropods as Parasites and Vectors, a fourth year course that was my main teaching responsibility, and Arboviology (arthropod-borne animal viruses), also a fourth year course, that brought together a molecular virologists, a clinical diagnostic virologist, a physician experienced in treatment of arboviral disease, and an applied entomologist as well as myself.

I also taught the entomology portions of a course in medical parasitology and a second year course in parasitology, and an advanced lectures series on insect vectors of human disease in an introductory biology course. In addition, I gave various lectures to medical students, public health nurses, medical doctors and pharmacy students.