Please note that the 2021 ISFPX conference has been postponed until after 2022. The 2021 ASP Annual Conference will be a virtual conference. Once the dates for ISFPX have been confirmed registration will open.

To submit an abstract for this conference you will first need to register as a conference participant and then, once you have logged on, submit a contribution through the online conference system.

Please type your abstract text directly into the abstract text box, so that we can check the formating is correct. You can also upload a file (pdf or word document) so that we can check the final formatting. The Organising Committee will be responsible for selection of the final form of presentation (either oral paper or poster). Some printed posters will also be selected for delivery as a brief 2 minute single Powerpoint screen oral presentation to encapsulate the essence, excitement, innovation and outcomes of your research. If you do not wish to give an oral presentation you may request to submit a poster display only. Please note that if you select “poster only” then you will not be considered for an oral presentation.

Author’s Instructions

Your text of your abstract (excluding the title and relevant references) should be no longer than 200 words. Please place the name of the presenting author first. Abstracts that exceed the word limit will be truncated at the 200-word mark. Please follow the example below:

Title: Sylvatic transmission of hydatids (Echinococcus granulosus) in Australia: A story that just keeps on giving!

Authors: DJ Jenkins, T Williams, S Raidall, C Gauci(1), Lightowlers MW(1).
School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences, Charles Sturt University, PO Box 588, Wagga Wagga, NSW 2678, Australia and (1)Immunoparasitology Laboratory, Veterinary Clinical Centre, University of Melbourne, Princes Highway, Victoria 3030, Australia

Abstract: The most important transmission pathway for Echinococcus granulosus in Australia is between wild dogs (dingoes and dingo-domestic dog hybrids) and wallaby species….