Here is the second of two blogs (here you find the first part) reporting on the 2019 British Society for Parasitology Spring Meeting in Manchester.
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The British Society for Parasitology held a very successful Spring Meeting jointly with The Netherlands Society of Parasitology and The Belgian Society for… Read more »
Members of the public were introduced to parasites that can infect us via the food we eat during an evening event at the Natural History Museum.
The timing and the tools for tallying up trematodes: diagnosing and quantifying the burden of intestinal schistosomiasis.
In the control of parasitic diseases, the correct diagnostic tool at the right time will accurately assess the burden of disease, monitor the impact of the… Read more »
The British Society for Parasitology hosted their autumn symposium in London in association with the Linnean society. This years fitting theme was “The… Read more »