PIE Section Objectives
The Parasitism, Immunity and Environment Section of the Canadian Society of Zoologists (CSZ) was established in 2011 to provide a venue for interchange among individuals interested in the interrelationships at all levels among infectious agents, the response to animals to these agents and the environment in which these relationships exist.
The PIE Section represents an evolution of the Parasitology Section of the Canadian Society of Zoologists, which was established in 1974 to promote and advance the study of parasitic organisims and facilitate the exhange of information among parasitologists in Canada.
60th Annual Meeting of the
Canadian Society of Zoologists
May 11-15, 2020
University of Saskatchewan
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
94th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Parasitologists
July 11-14th, 2019
Rochester, Minnesota, USA
10th annual International Congress of Comparative Physiology
Studying the evolution of host-parasite interactions: advantages of combining mechanistics and evolutionary approaches
August 5-9, 2019
Nominations for Wardle Medal
Deadline: October 1 2019
The PIE Section promotes the study of the interrelationships at all levels among infectious agents, the response of animals to these agents, and the environment in which these relationships exists. The Wardle Award honours individuals for their outstanding contributions to Canadian-based research on the fields of study promoted by the PIE Section.
Nominations and supporting documentation should be submitted electronically to the Chair-Elect of the PIE section, and Chair (Coordinator) of the Recognition Committee: Dr. Patrick Hanington, firstname.lastname@example.org
Patrick Jillian James Scott
Hanington Detwiler Wasmuth Malotka Chair-Elect Past Chair Chair Student Rep
Nominations for PIE Executive
Nominations for the position of 2020-2021 Chair-Elect and Student Executive positions can be forwarded to Dr. James Wasmuth, Chair (email@example.com), or be presented at the PIE Section AGM.
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