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AMERICAN SOCIETY OF PARASITOLOGISTS
The ASPis a diverse group of over 800 scientists from industry, government, and academia who are interested in the study and teaching of Parasitology. Website includes newsletter archives, meeting information, news items, job postings, and other items of interest. The Society publishes The Journal of Parasitology.
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF TROPICAL MEDICINE AND HYGIENE
ASTMH is a worldwide community of researchers, clinicians and professionals dedicated to advancing global health through collaboration, education and career advancement in tropical medicine. Includes: Herman Zaiman "Pictorial Presentation of Parasites"
Parasite Case of the Week Blog
The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
HELMINTHOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF WASHINGTON
The Helminthological Society of Washington celebrates a century of tradition and excellence in global parasitology solving challenges and responding to opportunities for the future of society and the environment. The Society publishes Comparative Parasitology
AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY FOR PARASITOLOGY, INC.
The ASP was founded to foster association of persons interested in parasitology, foster establishment and proper curation of collections of Australian parasites and by facilitating intercourse and discussion, promote investigation and advance the knowledge of parasitology. Home to the Pugh Parasitology Collection and Para-site, an interactive educational tool. The Society sponsors the International Journal for Parasitology.
WORLD FEDERATION OF PARASITOLOGISTS
The WFP promotes and co-ordinates the exchange of knowledge, research and other activities relating to parasitology. The International Congress of Parasitology (ICOPA) takes place every 4 years.
WILDLIFE DISEASE ASSOCIATION
The WDA publishes a quarterly newsletter and the Journal of Wildlife Diseases. Member benefits include access to an extensive photo library and out of print texts such as Parasitic Diseases of Mammals.
SOUTHWESTERN SOCIETY OF PARASITOLOGISTS
SWAP is a regional affiliate society of the ASP founded in 1967. Primarily for ASP members in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, New Mexico, Arizona, and other southwestern states, SWAP membership is open to anyone with an interest in parasitology.