PTY student Philippa Ball organised a two day workshop on 19-20 March to raise awareness of how dog-fouling in parks affects levels of the parasite Toxocara canis in soil. (more…)
MRes graduate Rhidian Thomas was awarded a PhD scholarship to start in Sept. 2014, entitled “The effects of climate change on the relationship between the native fish of Wales and invading species” which will be supervised by Dr Sian Griffiths and Dr Jo Cable. (more…)
Cripes Christmas meal with a couple of games of bowling followed by a three course Christmas meal, and of course the traditional B*****D Santa! (more…)
I’m writing to update you on our latest event, the Ecology of Infectious Diseases double symposium we held at INTECOL last week. I would also like to welcome all our new members who have joined in the wake of the INTECOL event. (more…)
CRIPES members present their work at the annual British Society for Parasitology (BSP) Spring Meeting in Bristol.
CRIPES members have a go on the swingy-spinny thing in Cardiff Winter Wonderland before a traditional Christmas dinner. Apparently parasitologists don’t like heights! (more…)