The next meeting is 3-4 May 2018 and is a joint meeting with the BSPP, Belgian Society of Parasitology and Protistology and the EVPC. This joint meeting will be held in Brussels, Belgium.
Venue: The Palace of the Academies
Venue Social Event: Coudenberg Museum
Greg Matlashewski (McGill University, Montreal, Canada)
Optimized CRISPR-Cas9 Genome Editing for Leishmania.
Richard Wall (University of Bristol, Bristol, UK)
The Relevance of Ticks and Tick-Borne Diseases in Rural and Urban Environments.
Guy Hendrickx (AviaGIS, Zoersel, Belgium)
VecMap: Bridging the Gap between Research and Decision Making.
Jeremy Salt (GalvMed, Edinburgh, UK).
The GalvMed Animal African Trypanosomosis (Tryps) Programme.
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
"The registration for the Joint meeting of the BSPP, ISP, BAVP and EVPC (in Brussels on 3rd and 4th of May 2018) is now open.
You can register on line through the dedicated webpage on the BSPP website. You are eligible for early registration until 15th March 2018.
You will find additional information on the scientific program and keynote speakers on the website, as well as some practical information.
You can also submit your abstract via the website. Abstracts are accepted until 15th March 2018.
Please take the abstract submission guidelines into account when preparing your abstract and make sure to register before the deadline.
If the presenting author has not registered and paid the registration fee, the abstract will not be considered for evaluation by the Scientific Committee.
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us through the Contact Tab on the website.
We are looking forward to see you in Brussels,
The Organizing Committee"
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A report on the recent visit by Nobel Laureate William Campbell to TCD, written by Parasitology student Jamie Sugrue.
BSP Autumn Symposium 2018
The theme of the 2018 Autumn Symposium is Parasite Glycobiology. This exciting one-day symposium will bring together leading expertise to discuss cutting-edge aspects of parasite glycobiology, including evolution of glycosylation pathways, structure and biosynthesis parasite glycoconjugates, disease biomarkers and other translational applications.
ABOUT THE IRISH SOCIETY FOR PARASITOLOGY
The society was founded in 1993 with the aims of advancing the study of parasitology, facilitating communication with those interested in parasitology, promoting the dissemination of information and development of resources for teaching and research in parasitology.
The key activity of the ISP is the annual scientific meeting and AGM, which is an opportunity to share research results and network with members of the Irish parasitology community.
Postgraduate research students are especially encouraged to present
their work and an award is given annually for the top student
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