Welcome to the Danish Society for Parasitology, DSP. The society serves as a networking opportunity for professionals and students involved with parasitology in Denmark including research, education, control and management of parasitic diseases. Having close to 100 members, DSP spans a wide expertise within the expanding fields of Parasitology in the 21st century: Human and veterinary medicine, zoonoses, public health, vaccinology, technology development etc. Read more...
It is our pleasure to invite you all to an exclusive tour to the Zoo, which will be our yearly Christmas meeting this year. The zoo vet Dr. Mads Bertelsen will give guide the tour sprinkled with interesting stories about parasites at the zoo.
Time and date: Thursday the 24th of November at 15:15
Place: “Møde- og selskabsindgangen”, Roskildevej 34, Frederiksberg (next to the zoo main entrance).
Program: 15.30 – 16.15: glögg og æbleskiver
16.15 – 18.15: guided tour by Mads
Cost: Members: DKK 225 (member master or bachelor students, DKK 100). Please pay on arrival by MobilePay or in cash.
Note: If there are available seats, you can bring a guest: DKK 290 (full price)Please sign up by 14th of November with Nao.
You are kindly invited to attend this year’s General Assembly of DSP at PAD-SUND (Dyrelægevej 1002nd level , 1870 Frederiksberg C), Thursday 19th of May, at 7-9PM
Programme for General Assembly:
Due to this year, from a parasitological perspective, interesting Nobel Prize winners we have decided to dedicate the evening to the winners with the following presentations (in English):
Brian Lund Fredensborg: The amazing story of ivermectin – a tribute to Prof. William C. Campbell and Prof. Satoshi Omura
Michael Alifrangis: The amazing stoy of artemisinins - a tribute to Prof. Yuoyou Tu
Prof. Ali Salanti, Centre for Medical Parasitology, University of Copenhagen
Prof. Richard Martin, College of Veterinary Medicine, Iowa State University, US
Registration and abstract submission: Electronic submission procedure and access will be through the following link which will open February 1st: http://cmp.ku.dk/calendar/eventsall/dsp_spring_2016/ (Please follow the format instructions in detail)
Important deadlines: Abstract submission is March 1st and registration for the symposium 23th of March.
As always, if you are under 35 years or age or within the last two years has obtained your PhD you might be winning the Young Scientist Award for best poster or oral presentation (…DKK 2000.-)
News from WFP - Newsletter December 2015