What’s in the latest newsletter? 2012 ASP Annual Conference news and photos, Our first Inspiring Australia public event, ASP Awards Obituary for Professor ThomasÂ Schnieder, a great ambassador of veterinary parasitology and a great friend toÂ many ASP members. Parasitologists meet Parliament, ASP Network and OzEMalaR news and Award winners, The final deadline for applications for OzEMalaR…Details
to find out about: Download the 2010 and 2011 Annual Reports, The next deadline for applications for ASP Network Travel Awards (Friday 5th October 2012) and OzEMalaR Travel Awards (Friday 13th July 2012), Our Inspiring Australia grant to run a series of free public events to explore the world of parasites, Obituary for Bill Southcott,…Details
The preliminary program for the 6th International Veterinary Vaccines and Diagnostics Conference at theÂ Cairns Convention Centre (29th of July to the 1st of August, 2012)Â is now on the conference website:Â www.ivvdc2012.org While oral abstracts submission is now closed, we are still accepting poster abstract submissions till 13th July. The IVVDC Conference has been well established as…Details
All welcome to our free public talk featuring the following speakers and fun science activities for young people (and live online from 6pm www.livestream.com/cctas): Greg Woods, Menzies Research Institute Tasmania, “Is Devil facial tumour disease the perfect parasite?” Andrew Thompson, Murdoch University, “What parasites do we give to wildlife?” Ian Beveridge, The University of Melbourne,…Details
The Australian Society for Parasitology Inc.Â has won an Inspiring Australia grant to run a series of free public events to explore the world of parasites.
This project is one of 63 Unlocking Australiaâ€™s Potential science communication grants announced June 12 by the Minister for Science and Research, Senator Chris Evans.