Zapworms: A monthly international scientific seminar series about parasitic worms.
Half hour presentation followed by 15 minutes question and answer.
When: Second Thursday of every month starting January 2021
12 noon Eastern Time (USA), 5 pm Greenwich Mean Time.
Where: Zoom: https://umassmed.zoom.us/j/91611310733 Passcode: 030292
December 9, 2021: Kathryn Else, The University of Manchester
-Title: Screening for anthelmintic drugs: new molecules, new mechanisms?
January 13, 2022: De'Broski Herbert, University of Pennsylvania
February 10, 2022: Amy Buck, The University of Edinburgh
March 2022: Off for Anthelmintics V
November 11, 2021: Sabine Specht, Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative
-Title: DNDi -alternative treatment options for filariasis
October 14, 2021: James “Sparky” Lok, University of Pennsylvania
-Title: Dauer-like steroid-NHR signaling as a regulator of infection and autoinfection in Strongyloides stercoralis
September 9, 2021: Alex Loukas, James Cook University
-Title: The hookworm pharmacopeia for inflammatory diseases
August 12, 2021: Mostafa Zamanian, University of Wisconsin-Madison
-Title: Advanced transcriptomics illuminates old and new anthelmintic targets
July 8, 2021: Roz Laing, University of Glasgow
–Title: Genomic and transcriptomic analysis of ivermectin resistance in Haemonchus contortus
June 10, 2021: Jennifer Keiser, Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute and Paul Davis, University of Nebraska
— Title: Advancing drug discovery for schistosomiasis.
May 13, 2021: John Gilleard, University of Calgary
— Title: Metabarcoding and amplicon sequencing in helminthology: approaches and applications
April 8, 2021: Angela Mousley, Queen’s University Belfast
March 11, 2021: Jonathan Marchant, Medical College of Wisconsin and
Winka Le Clec’h, Anderson Lab, Texas Biomedical Research Institute
–Title: Activation of parasitic flatworm TRP channels by praziquantel
February 11, 2021: Georg von Samson-Himmelstjerna, Freie Universität Berlin
–Title: Pgp-function and ML-resistance in parasitic nematodes
January 14, 2021: Rick Maizels, University of Glasgow
–Title: Helminth-derived modulators of host immunity
For more information:
Raffi Aroian, Program in Molecular Medicine, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA
Richard Martin, Department of Biomedical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine, Iowa State University, Ames, IA