34th Hybrid Molecular Parasitology Meeting (MPM XXXIV)

34th Hybrid Molecular Parasitology Meeting (MPM XXXIV)

17 - 21 SEptembre 2023, USA

Marine Biological Laboratory, 7 MBL Street Woods Hole, MA 02543, U.S.A.

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Dear Colleagues, Friends and Fellow Parasitologists,


We would like to announce the opening of registration for the 34th Hybrid Molecular Parasitology Meeting (MPM XXXIV).

WHEN: Sunday, September 17, 2023, to Thursday September 21, 2023

WHERE: Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, MA (USA)

HOW TO REGISTER: Go to https://www.parasitesrule.com/mpm-xxxiv (Abstracts due June 10)


This hybrid meeting will be held simultaneously online AND at the MBL in Woods Hole. Speakers and poster presenters will therefore both be in person in the MBL lecture halls as well as presenting online.

MPM XXXIV will continue to cover diverse aspects of parasite biology including molecular biology, biochemistry, cell biology, drug development and targets, host-parasite interactions, and methodological innovations. As in past years, we will prioritize talks and posters presented by young scientists (students and post-docs) to give them the opportunity to showcase their best work to a large audience.

This year our keynote speaker is the Distinguished Professor Alan Cowman (Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, University of Melbourne), who has made foundational contributions to the molecular study of malaria. The keynote talk celebrates an individual who has made a long-term contribution to molecular parasitology through mentoring, leadership, and research with sustained impact in their field.

We are also honored to host Professor Francine Ntoumi (Marien Ngouabi University, Brazzaville, Democratic Republic of the Congo), who is a global leader in infectious disease biology - including malaria - and public health research capacity building. Prof. Ntoumi will present our annual plenary session focused on building a more connected, equitable and just molecular parasitology community.

Talks will be selected from submitted abstracts, with an emphasis on outstanding, mostly unpublished science and program balance. In-person attendance is not a pre-requisite for selection, and we anticipate having a mix of in-person and virtual seminars throughout the meeting.

We encourage you to start working on your abstracts as the abstract submission deadline is June 10, regardless of whether you plan to attend in person or online.


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