Read the latest ASP newsletter Vol 35.1 April 2024

Download the latest newsletter  ASP newsletter Vol 35.1 April 2024 (https://www.parasite.org.au/publications/newsletters/) for all the latest news in parasitology. In this newsletter: Register and submit your abstract for Parasites in the Pacific 2024 Conference, University of Auckland, New Zealand, 26 – 29 August before the early-bird deadline 26 May 2024 (NZST) 2024 Australian Society for Parasitology…

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Read the latest ASP newsletter Vol34.2 December 2023

Download the latest newsletter for some holiday cheer ASP newsletter December 2023 Vol 34.2 for (https://www.parasite.org.au/publications/newsletters/) for all the latest news in parasitology. In this newsletter: Read all about the 2023 ASP Annual Conference and see the photos, plus interviews with our prize winners! Save the date for Parasites in the Pacific 2024, University of Auckland,…

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Read the latest ASP newsletter Vol34.1 June 2023

Download the ASP newsletter June 2023 Vol 34.1 for all the latest news in parasitology. In this newsletter (https://www.parasite.org.au/publications/newsletters/) : Read all about the 2023 ASP Annual Conference which will take place 5-8 September, DoubleTree by Hilton Esplanade, Darwin NT. The 2023 Australian Society for Parasitology Annual General Meeting will be held on Wednesday 6th September (https://www.parasite.org.au/the-society/join-the-asp-council/)…

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Register for the 2023 ASP Annual Conference!

Register for the 2023 ASP Annual Conference in Darwin, Northern Territory from Tuesday 5 – Friday 8 September 2023 at DoubleTree by Hilton Esplanade Darwin.  Register online https://www.conftool.org/parasitology2023/ Join us face-to-face at the 2023 ASP Conference to discuss the latest research and state-of-the-art technologies in parasitology with our outstanding mix of quality international and Australian scientists.…

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Congratulations to all student prize winners from the 2022 ASP Conference!

Congratulations to Jack Ingelbrecht, Murdoch University for his presentation “A new microbothriid monogenean Dermopristis pterophilus n. sp. from the skin of the Critically Endangered green sawfish Pristis zijsron Bleeker, 1851 (Batoidea: Pristidae) in Western Australia” winning Best 15 Minute Talk presented by a student 2022 ASP Conference 4-7 July, Cairns. Congratulations to Samantha Gunasekera, Murdoch University for her presentation…

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March newsletter out now!

Download the ASP newsletter March 2022 Vol 33.1 for all the latest news in parasitology. In this newsletter: Last chance to submit your abstract for the #2022ASP Conference 4-7 July in Cairns, Queensland with the early-bird deadline 31 March 2022 www.parasite.org.au/conference2022 2022 Australian Society for Parasitology AGM will be held as a hybrid, face-to-face at the…

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