The meeting will again be in a hybrid format, with attendees joining from the Marine Biological Lab in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, USA as well as online.
MPM brings scientists from across the world together each year to share, learn, and create new friendships and collaborations. Last year, over 50 countries were represented. The meeting will include scientific talks, poster sessions, and social and networking events. Presentations at MPM feature research about a wide range of parasites. The majority of research focuses on understanding molecular mechanisms of parasite biology and control and spans a wide range of topics and approaches, including biochemistry, cell biology, molecular biology, host-parasite interactions, vector-parasite interactions, population biology, ‘omics analyses, and development of drugs, vaccines, and other new tools.
As in previous years, we plan to offer several travel awards for students and postdocs who would like to attend the meeting in person. Instructions on how to apply for financial assistance are available at the MPM XXXIV website. Travel award applications are due March 1 (firm deadline).
Registration for the meeting will open later in the spring. Virtual registration fee waivers will be available for residents of low- and middle-income countries.
For questions, please visit the meeting website or email email@example.com.
We look forward to seeing you in September,
The MPM 2023 Organizing Team
Bibo Li (Cleveland State University)
Manuel Llinás (Pennsylvania State University)
Maryse Lebrun (Université Montpellier)
Omar Harb (University of Pennsylvania)
Deepali Ravel (Harvard University)