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The Australian Society for Parasitology was founded on the 19th of January 1964 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.
The British Mycological Society is a Registered Charity (No 276503) open to all who are interested in promoting and learning about the exciting world of fungi. It has member sections devoted to particular aspects of the fungal world including cutting edge research into many aspects of fungal science, the conservation and recording of fungal fruitbodies and the provision of educational resources for use at all ages and experience.
The main goals of EFIS are the support of immunological research and education as well as strengthening scientific interaction amongst our members. We especially focus on supporting young scientists, e.g. through fellowships or travel grants.
Journal: Immunology Letters
The Japanese Society of Parasitology was established at the first general assembly on April 5th 1929 at Tokyo Univ. The first President was Prof. S. Goto. Then in the following year, the JSP jointed to the Japanese Association of Medical Sciences as a section meeting. Thereafter, the JSP continued to hold annual meeting except for 1944-1946, and published official organ, Parasitology International, formerly the Japanese Journal of Parasitology.
Journal: Parasitology International
Korean Society of Applied Entomology and Taiwan Entomological Society
Journal: Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology
The mission of the International Association for Food and Waterborne Parasitology (IAFWP) is to promote and facilitate research and collaboration among those who are interested in food and waterborne parasitology for the generation and exchange information in order to advance public health parasitology, and to foster the application of such knowledge into approaches, methods, guidelines, recommendations and other outputs for use by standard-setting bodies, regulatory authorities, food producers, consumers and other stakeholders in reducing the global burden of parasites transmitted by food or water.
Journal: Food and Waterborne Parasitology
Sociedade Brasileira de Entomologia
The Brazilian Society of Entomology (SBE) is one of oldest scientific societies in Brazil. It was founded on 17th of July 1937, and its main purpose is to promote and disseminate the scientific knowledge in the field of entomology, in both basic and applied aspects.
Journal: Revista Brasileira de Entomologia
Society for Invertebrate Pathology
The Society for Invertebrate Pathology (SIP) was founded in 1967 as an interdisciplinary scientific society that would draw together members from diverse scientific backgrounds under the unified discipline of invertebrate pathology.
Journal: Journal of Invertebrate Pathology
The World Federation of Parasitologists (WFP) exists to unite those engaged in the study of parasites and to present forums for international exchange of information and ideas. We bring together the National Societies of Parasitology worldwide and provide contacts and insights to benefit students, research scientists, national and international agencies, health control specialists and others keen to learn about Parasitology and its importance globally.
Journal: Parasite Epidemiology and Control