IJP Impact Factor is up!

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!

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May newsletter out now

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…

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One Health 9th Tick and Tick-borne Pathogen Conference & 1st Asia Pacific Rickettsia Conference

If you are interested in ticks, tick transmitted pathogens [human and animal] or rickettsiae [and related microbes], then this joint conference is for you! One Health 9th Tick and Tick-borne Pathogen Conference & 1st Asia Pacific Rickettsia Conference (www.ttp9-aprc1.com) will be held in CAIRNS, AUSTRALIA, from the 27th August- 1st September 2017 and promises to…

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26th International Conference of the World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology

26th International Conference of the World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology (WAAVP 2017) will be held from the 4th to 8th September, 2017 at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The Conference Theme is: Combating Zoonoses: Strength in East – West Partnerships. Check out the great price for Super Early Bird!…

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Malaria Experimental Genetics course, UK, 8-14 May 2016

WELLCOME GENOME CAMPUS, HINXTON, UK This laboratory-based course will give participants a working knowledge of, and practical experience in, cutting edge Plasmodium experimental genetics techniques, from designing gene targeting vectors and creating transgenic parasites to phenotyping the strains produced. The programme strategy will be to follow a Plasmodium experimental genetics experiment from conception to completion, equipping attendees to design and carry out their…

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Congratulations to Rama Jayaraj, Pride of Australia “Inspiration Medal” 2015

Dr Rama Jayaraj, lecturer and parasitologist at Charles Darwin University (CDU), received the 2015 Pride of Australia “Inspiration Medal” for the Northern Territory (NT) at the Pride of Australia Felicitation Ceremony held in Parliament House in Darwin, NT on 7th October 2015. Dr Rama Jayaraj has made significant contributions to Indigenous education and provided high-quality…

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