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An intensive residency course on arthropod vectors and transmitted pathogens in the heart of the Mediterranean area
The ParSCo traditionally takes place in Basilicata (known since Roman times as Lucania), in the heart of the Mediterranean, in southern Italy. Here, a considerable diversity of parasite species, inhabiting different micro-environments, is found among Roman ruins and old, original villages. This region has received much attention from researchers, not only for its outstanding species richness, but also because it represents a potential model for other Mediterranean countries.
It is a pleasure for us to share with you the 'parasitic experiences' that we have had over the past few decades in such a beautiful and fascinating place. Good science, good food, in a friendly atmosphere for an unforgettable parasitology summer experience.
This is the essence of our ParSCo!
Domenico Otranto and Filipe Dantas-Torres
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New: 2017 Program