Download the latest ASP newsletter – October 2010 to find out about: stories and pictures from ICOPA XII, state news with all the juicy bits, good news from the just-released Australian Research Councilâ€™s Discovery and Linkage Grant Schemes, to commence in 2011, and ARC Fellowships, the latest news about the 2011 ASP Annual Conference, being…Details
Congratulations to Rowena Martin, Australian National University and University of Melbourne, who was awarded a Lâ€™Oreal Australia For Women in Science Fellowship on 26 August 2010, the inaugural Macquarie University Eureka Prize for Early Career Research at the 2010 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes for her “Mechanisms of Drug Resistance in the Malaria Parasite” research, and…Details
Congratulations to Leann Tilley, La Trobe University, who was awarded the highly prestigious Bancroft-Mackerras medal from the Australian Society for Parasitology at the 2010 ASP Annual General Meeting. Read an interview with Leann.
The World Federation of Parasitologists has recognised Prof John Sprentâ€™s significant achievements by awarding him a WFP Distinguished Parasitologist Award. This is a most notable award which recognises Johnâ€™s substantial career in parasitology. On behalf of the ASP, Prof Mal Jones will host a ceremony in Brisbane in late September to celebrate Prof Sprentâ€™s career…Details
Congratulations to Malcolm Jones (The University of Queensland and Queensland Institute of Medical Research) and Robin Gasser (The University of Melbourne) who were awarded ASP Fellowships at the 2010 ASP Annual General Meeting.
Congratulations to ASP members who were the recipients of the 2010 ASP, ICOPA Committee and Molecular Microbiology Awards at ICOPA XII. ASP Early Career Researcher Awards went to Philippe Boeuf, The University of Melbourne, and to Stephanie Godfrey, Flinders University. ASP Student Prizes for the Best Oral Presentations went to Lee Yeoh, The University of…Details
The 2011 Australian Society for Parasitology Annual Conference will take place at the Pullman Reef Casino, Cairns, Queensland, Australia from 10-13 July. Registration and abstract submission are now open, visit the conference website for more information. The deadline for early-bird registration and abstract submission is 29 April 2011. Visit the conference website for more informationÂ …Details
The FRDC Aquatic Animal Health Subprogram (AAHS) is pleased to announce the First Australasian Scientific Conference on Aquatic Animal Health to be held 5-8 July 2011 at the Pullman Reef Hotel in Cairns, Queensland, Australia â€“ gateway to the Great Barrier Reef and Daintree rainforest. The conference provides a forum for presentation of diagnostic, research,…Details