from 4-7 July 2022 to discuss the latest research and state-of-the-art technologies in parasitology.

The Gimuy-walubarra yidi are the traditional custodians of the land on which this meeting takes place.

Delegates at the 2019 ASP Conference in Adelaide
Fitzroy Island, originally called Koba (sometimes spelled Gabar- meaning ‘the fist’) by its original inhabitants; the Gunggandji people, can be enjoyed as a day trip from Cairns


The program includes an outstanding mix of quality scientists covering all parasitology themes from Veterinary Parasitology to Human Parasitology and Wildlife Parasitology. Check out the 2022 ASP Conference program online.

Acknowledgement of Country

The land on which this meeting takes place was originally the home of the Yirrganydji people. The ASP acknowledge the Gimuy-walubarra yidi are the traditional custodians of Cairns and surrounding district. Gimuy is the traditional place name for the area Cairns City now occupies. The ASP recognise their continuing connection to the land and waters, and thank them for protecting this coastline and its ecosystems since time immemorial. The ASP pay our respects to Elders past and present, and extend that respect to all First Nations people present at this meeting.


We would like to acknowledge the generous support of our 2022 ASP conference sponsors, thanks to Elsevier Parasitology and the International Journal for Parasitology (IJP), IJP DDR and IJP PAW, Vetoquinol Australia, Virbac, Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health
Australia, Elanco and New England Biolabs.


You can still register for the 2022 ASP Conference!