Education, Training and Career Development Sub-Committee

This sub-committee has the specific aim of promoting the discipline worldwide, providing opportunities, including training courses to all members for interaction and to share specific skills and scientific information globally. It will also provide a voice for early career researchers to determine how the association reflects their needs and aspirations through all of its activities. To achieve these aims the sub-committee will devise a strategy for distributing student bursaries, student travel grants and training course funding, as funds become available in agreement with the Finance sub-committee.

Reuben Sharma (Malaysia) Email 
Georgiana Deak (Romenia)

Rosina Claudia Krecek (USA)
Gabriela Pérez Tort (Argentina)
Jan Šlapeta (Australia) 
Roxanne A. Charles (West Indies)
Alireza Sazmand (Iran)
Lea Heuer (Germany) 
Gad Baneth (Israel)
Andrei D. Mihalca (Romenia)


The World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology (WAAVP) is a not-for-profit organization for scientists who study the parasites of non-human animals, encompassing helminthology, protozoology and entomology. WAAVP membership is open to veterinarians and others who are actively interested in the advancement of veterinary parasitology, anywhere in the world. Members receive a newsletter twice a year and members are welcome, and encouraged, to contribute to this. The Association gathers at a biennial scientific conference.

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