News & Events
27 February 2014
Not for profit drug development changes the landscape for infectious and neglected tropical diseases
26 February 2014
This year theme is 'Parasites and their environment’
21 February 2014
Thanks to the British Society for Parasitology a request for information about parasites of farm animals led to an appearance on Countryfile with Adam Henson just 17 days later…
11 February 2014
Alex Rowe and Mike Barrett will jointly share this year's C.A. Wright Memorial Medal
1st April 2014 Introduction to infectious disease modelling Imperial College London, Paddington Campus
As infectious-disease modelling becomes more mainstream, including through the development of user-friendly tools, it is increasingly important for public health professionals to understand what modelling can and cannot do, what its data requirements are, and how to critically appraise models. The best models are not necessarily those that are the most complicated or have the prettiest graphics!
Our 52nd BSP Spring meeting will have six parallel sessions set over three days including our bi-annual Trypanosomiasis and Leishmaniasis seminar with sessions on Helminths, Apicomplexa, Ecology plus a wide range of other subjects. Along with this are a number of plenary sessions and the BSP Debate. The meeting will take place in Cambridge University and looks set to be an exciting and popular conference.
The abstract deadlines are:
Orals: 3rd March 2014
Posters: 24th March 2014
The BSPB Spring Meeting 2014 will take place at Lancaster University between April 23rd and 25th 2014.