The key events in the annual BSP calendar include the annual residential meetings in spring and autumn which are focused upon general and specialist aspects of parasitology.
The video on the right gives a flavour of our events, which are attended by a wide range of academics, researchers and students.
If you are a student you may be able to apply for one of our meeting travel awards to support your attendance at these events, find out more.
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Upcoming BSP events
Below you can find all the events run by the BSP for our members.
The next trypanosomiasis/leishmaniasis focused meeting will be held at the Hotel Abades in the beautiful city of Granada, Spain from 8-11 March 2020.
The BSP Spring Meeting in 2020 will be held at University of Edinburgh on 14-17 April. Registration and abstract submission are open now!
The Autumn Symposium in 2020 will be held on 17-18 September at Keele University with an interdisciplinary research theme.
Other organisations run events that you might find interesting: here are some up and coming events occurring across the world for those with an interest in parasitology.
A new exhibition at the National Museum of Scotland will explore Scotland’s role in the fight to eliminate tropical diseases by tackling the parasites that cause them. Parasites: Battle for Survival will examine five deadly diseases, which together affect 1 in 18 people around the world and thrive in areas lacking access to clean water, healthcare and adequate sanitation.
The Molecular, Cellular and Biochemical Basis of Parasitism by Eukaryotic Pathogens, June 14-19, 2020. The meeting will be held at the beautiful Salve Regina University in Newport, Rhode Island, USA.
Anthelminthics: Discovery to Resistance IV will be held in Los Angeles USA on 3-7th February 2020
The Parasitoloigical Society of Southern Africa (PARSA) (https://www.parsa.ac.za/) has initiated a congress series called “International Congress on Parasites of Wildlife (ICPOW)” and the next meeting will be held in Kruger National Park, South Africa on 6-9 September 2020
IECID 2020 will bring together international researchers to discuss the impact of current and predicted future environmental changes on the distribution and epidemic potential of several important infectious diseases across the globe, and what actions need to be taken.