Congratulations to Aileen Elliot from Murdoch University for her Thorny-headed worm image making it to the finals of the New Scientist Eureka Prize for Science Photography Seeing amazing life forms, such as this thorny-headed worm (phylum Acanthocephala), has the power to turn a mundane day in the lab into one of sheer brilliance. While dissecting…Details
The XIX International Congress for Tropical Medicine and Malaria 2016 Management Committee are very excited to announce the ICTMM 2016 – Early Career Scholar Grant Program, which will award up to 25 young scholars an AUD$1,000.00 grant to attend and present at the Congress. In order to be eligible for the program, applicants must: Be…Details
Download the ASP 2014 Annual Report. This 77 page report includes: An introduction by ASP President Robin B. Gasser A review of our progress on initiatives and significant contributions during 2014 A comprehensive list of publications and awards Features on Giana Bastos Gomes, Victoria Morin-Adeline, Andrea Lawrence, Geoffrey I.McFadden, Robert Adlard, Thomas H.Cribb, Alan Cowman…Details
Download the latest newsletter from the ASP Volume 26 Issue 2 June 2015 for an edition packed full of photos from our ASP-Inspiring Australia and State outreach events, and stories celebrating ASP members. This newsletter features Robin Gasser’s last President’s Report, Brian Cooke’s report on Science Meets Parliament 2015, a profile on Visiting International ASP Lecturer Dr. Eric Hoberg, 2015 Concepts in Parasitology…Details
Centenary public talks at Walter and Eliza Hall Institute Wednesday 10 June 2015, 6-7pm Register online: www.wehi.edu.au/publictalks What does the future hold for infectious diseases? Find out about the latest research from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute and ask your questions of Melbourne’s leading experts in an extended Q&A session. Malaria: Dr Julie Healer HIV and hepatitis: Dr Marc Pellegrini Vaccines: Professor Gabrielle…Details
Conference theme “Emerging priorities in tropical health research”. This conference will take place at Pullman Sea Temple Resort, Palm Cove. Download a flyer 2015 Australasian Tropical Health Conference Flyer
Malaria in Melbourne conference 2015 will take place on the 1st and 2nd of October at Monash University, Caulfield campus on Dandenong Road.
Registrations are now open and you can visit our website for further information.
Artists are collaborating with the Australian Society for Parasitology on a unique project exploring the theme of parasites and the health. Supported by our Inspiring Australia grant, Bernard Lee Singleton will create a painting and Tai Inoue will create a piece of digital art to accompany the painting. This will be the final part of a…Details