Early bird registration and abstract submission has been extended to 21st April for the 2017 ASP Annual Conference which takes place in Leura, in the beautiful Blue Mountains, NSW from 630pm Monday 26 – Thursday June 29, inclusive, at the Fairmont Resort Blue Mountains. Register and submit your abstract online before the EXTENDED deadline 21st April 2017…Details
Download the latest ASP newsletter (www.parasite.org.au/publications/newsletters/), Vol 28 Issue 2 April 2017 2017 ASP Conference News – the early bird deadline for registrations is approaching fast Researcher News stories = Paul Giacomin, a new species of Australian tick, Justin Boddey and Sara Erckson, MAlaria Vaccine Project ASP Undergraduate Prizes 5 more ASP Fellows to name ASP Network…Details
Science communicator and comedian Alanta Colley will be performing her show Parasites Lost at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival in April. Alanta describes Parasites Lost as “my personal, entirely true story of trials, tribulations, and tapeworm. The show is an account of my experiences traveling around the world, working in remote communities, and about some of…Details
The ASP’s 2010 Strategic Plan defines the four pillars of the Society – Recognizing Excellence, Advancing Knowlege, Serving members and Delivering Training and Education. For each pillar, it suggests actions that will promote success in each of these areas over the next ten years and measures of success.
Download the latest ASP newsletter (www.parasite.org.au/publications/newsletters/), Vol 28 Issue 1 January 2017 2017 ASP Annual Conference 26 – 29 June, Leura, Blue Mountains, NSW information a chance to catch the ASP sponsored exhibition Parasites: A Life Undercover at the Queensland Museum before 27 January 2017 Journal news and beautiful images from IJP, IJP:PAW and IJP:DDR our feature…Details