Joint meeting of the BSPP, ISP, BAVP and EVPC

"Advances in parasitology – Looking back to move forward"

       

                                                 3rd and 4th of May 2018                                                                                     Palace of the Academies - Brussels

Registration

Deadline for registration and abstract submission 15th of March

The participation fee for the 2 day meeting is 140 euro, and includes the conference fee, catering at the conference venue and access to the conference dinner. The participation fee for attending the meeting on Friday is 100 euro, which includes the catering as well. PhD students and EVPC residents are eligible for a reduced fee (80 euro; flat fee for entire conference). These fees are applicable for early registration only. If you register after March 15th, all respective fees will be increased with 30 euro.

  

 

Before March 15th

After March 15th

Thursday 3rd & Friday 4th May Meeting + Conference dinner

  Normal fee

140 euro

170 euro

  Reduced fee (PhD student and EVPC resident) 

80 euro

110 euro

Friday 4th May Meeting

  Normal fee

100 euro

130 euro

  Reduced fee (PhD student and EVPC resident) 

80 euro

110 euro

Abstract submission

Abstracts will only be considered for review by the Scientific Committee if you registered for the meeting and paid the registration fee. The fee should be paid before March 15th.

News

Guy Caljon (University of Antwerp) received the Merial Award on 18 May 2017 in Utrecht for his work on insect-transmitted parasitic infections. More info.

Eline Eberhardt (University of Antwerp) was awarded the Avia-GIS award for the best presentation at the Joint spring meeting of the Belgian Society of Parasitology & Protistology (BSPP) and the Netherlands Society of Parasitology (NVP) on 20th May 2016.

Title of the presentation: Molecular detection of infection homogeneity and impact of miltefosine treatment in a Syrian Golden hamster model of Leishmania donovani  and L. infantum visceral leishmaniasis. 

The 2017 Zoetis travel Grant was awarded to Franck Dumetz (Institute of Tropical Medicine Antwerp) to attend the WorldLeish6 conference, Toledo (Spain), May 16-20, 2017.

Read about his experience here.