Check out www.parasite.org.au/jobs for new opportunities in for Molecular Parasitologist/Systems Biologist in Mueller Lab, Population Health & Immunity Division, WEHI; Dual PhD opportunities at the International Graduate School, ANU, Canberra and Humbolt University, Berlin and Technical Officer with the Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences, The University of Melbourne.
The Opening Ceremony – everyone is welcome to this FREE event! Join us on Sunday 18 September 2016 at 4:30pm to kick off the Congress with a welcome from the Australian Society of Parasitology and Australasian Society for Infectious Diseases, together with a traditional Indigenous Welcome to Country, followed by four of our most illustrious…Details
Download the latest ASP newsletter (www.parasite.org.au/publications/newsletters/), ASP Newsletter Vol 27.2 September 2016 featuring: Journal news for IJP, IJP:PAW and IJP:DDR with ASP member publications; Last minute conference news for the International Congress of Tropical Medicine and Malaria 2016 at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre next week; Join us for some FREE parasitology fun on Sunday 18 September 2016 at 430pm…Details
It’s the final countdown! Only one month to go, Register today Final preparations are underway for ICTMM 2016. Get in quick to confirm your place and register using the link below. This is the first time that the International Congress for Tropical Medicine and Malaria will be hosted in Australia and is a not to…Details
Discover the hidden lives of parasites Pests, pets and the plague, find out what they all have in common at the Parasites: Life Undercover exhibition at Queensland Museum, supported by the Australian Society for Parasitology. Join one of the free talks at the Museum this week to help celebrate National Science Week. Monday 15th August,…Details
Thomson Reuters have announced their Journal Citation Reports® (JCR) for 2015 and we are thrilled to announce that the International Journal for Parasitology Impact Factor has increased to 4.242, crashing through the 4.0 barrier, up from 3.872 last year. IJP:DDR also performed very strongly.
Congratulations to all those who have helped make this happen!
Download the latest ASP newsletter (www.parasite.org.au/publications/newsletters/), ASP Volume 27 Issue 1 May 2016, our first newsletter for 2016 featuring: Journal news for IJP, IJP:PAW and IJP:DDR with ASP member publications and new social media links for you to like/follow; Late breaking abstract submission open (now), ASP Student Conference Travel Grants deadline (soon) and other conference news for the International…Details