The Journal of Parasitology
The Journal of Parasitology is the official peer-reviewed journal of the American Society of Parasitologists (ASP). The journal publishes original research covering helminths, protozoa, and other parasitic organisms and serves scientific professionals in microbiology, immunology, veterinary science, pathology, and public health. Journal content includes original research articles, brief research notes, announcements of the Society, and book reviews. Articles are subdivided by topic for ease of reference and range from behavior and pathogenesis to systematics and epidemiology. The journal is published continuously online with one full volume printed at the end of each year.
About the American Society of Parasitologists
Founded in 1924, the American Society of Parasitologists comprises a diverse group of about 700 scientists from academia, industry, and government involved in the study and teaching of the scientific discipline of parasitology. Society members contribute to the development of parasitology as a discipline, as well as to primary research in behavior, biochemistry, ecology, immunology, medicine, molecular biology, physiology, systematics, and other related fields of science.