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第93回日本寄生虫学会大会

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Feb 20, 2024

Program and abstracts are uploaded. ID and password for abstracts are sent to participants and JSP members by e-mail.

Feb 7, 2024

The program of special lectures, overseas invited lecture, and symposiums was released. Please check this PDF file (deleted because the full program was released).

Jan 31, 2024

The presentation schedule was released. Please check this PDF file (deleted because the full program was released). If your poster ID (like P-00) is an even number, your session is held on March 9. If an odd number, it is March 10. The schedule is tentative, so there may be minor adjustments.

Presentation time is 8 minites of presentation + 4 minutes of discussion (total 12 minutes). In the BPA session, 12 minutes of presentation and 6 minutes of discussion (total 18 minutes).

Jan 19, 2024

Pre-registration was closed.

Jan 5, 2024

Here is an important request regarding the language used in the presentation slides and posters.
Late last year, the issue was raised that we needed to strengthen our response to internationalization at the annual meeting. At the 81st and 82nd Annual Meetings, it was recommended that English be the language of presentation slides and posters, but there have been no specific policy since then.
After discussion in the Program Committee, I have decided to adopt the following policy for this Congress, for both international participants and fresh students.

Language to be used at the 93rd Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Parasitology

<Slides and Posters>
For BPA and oral presentations, we recommend that slides be prepared in English.
For posters, we prefer English, but Japanese is also acceptable. If possible, please accommodate non-native Japanese speakers by using English for figures, tables, and titles.

<Speaking Language>
Please use either Japanese or English for your presentation.

We apologize for policy change after abstract submission. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

Toshihiro Mita
Congress Chair of the 93rd Annual JSP Meeting
(Professor, Faculty of Medicine, Juntendo University)

Dec 14, 2023

Abstract submission has been closed.

Nov 29, 2023

Deadline of abstract submission is extended until noon on Dec 14. It is the final due. No more extension.

Nov 1, 2023

Abstract submission (until Nov 30 Dec 14) and participant registration (until Jan 19) started.

Oct 25, 2023

Participant registration and abstract submission will start on Nov 1.

Oct 1, 2023

The website of the 93rd annual JSP meeting was opened.

Important Notes!

Mailing trouble is reported from some participants. If you have not received email to confirm your abstract submission or registration of participation, please contact both "office@jsp93.org" and "juntendo.nettai@gmail.com" (backup for mailing trouble). Also, please contact us if you are a first author who is not a member of JSP and have not received email from us.

The 93rd Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Parasitology

  The 93rd Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Parasitology will be held in March 2023 at Juntendo University's Hongo Campus in Ochanomizu, Tokyo. For the past three years, the meeting was held under restricted circumstances due to the Corona disaster. Following the removal of restrictions against Corona in May 2023, this year's meeting will be held completely face-to-face, and no restrictions are planned for the banquet.
  The theme of the convention has been chosen as "Eco parasitology”. The word "eco" evokes various concepts such as ecology and economy. We do not have a clear intention for the theme of this conference, and hope that everyone will search for answers in their own way. The Japanese Society for Parasitology has attracted a very diverse group of researchers and students with parasitism as a common denominator, and a wonderful ecosystem between members has already matured. In this respect, it may be said that we are returning to the starting point.
  Ochanomizu is a student town conveniently located 5 minutes from Tokyo Station on the Chuo Line. Although it is a little late in early March for the plum blossoms and a little early for the cherry blossoms, the pressure pattern of high and low in the west and low in the east has begun to loosen, and the smell of spring gradually begins to pervade the air after the cool, clear, sunny days. It is a wonderful time of year. When your brain gets tired from the hot discussions at the conference, how about enjoying the shade of the greenery in the heart of the city, or visiting a café in Ochanomizu or an old bookstore in Jimbocho?
  The staff and students of the Department of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology at Juntendo University School of Medicine will do their utmost to ensure that you enjoy the science and the discussions. We look forward to seeing you there.

Congress Chair

Toshihiro Mita
Congress Chair of the 93rd Annual JSP Meeting
(Professor, Faculty of Medicine, Juntendo University)

Theme

"Eco parasitology"

Date

March 9 (Sat) to 10 (Sun), 2024

* Pre-opening meetings will be held on March 8 (Fri).

Venue

7th and 10th Building, Hongo Campus, Juntendo University
2-1-1, Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan

* On-site participation only.

Social Gathering

Open at 7 pm on March 9 (Sat), 2024

At Tokyo Garden Palace

* The ways from Suido-bashi and Akihabara are uphill. We recommend the ways from Ochanomizu (or Hongo 3-chome, although a little distant) if you are handicapped.

* There are stairs in Room 1 and on the way between 7th and 10th building. Please call staff if you need help.

Pre-registration and participation fee

Pre-registration was closed on January 19, 2024 (Fri). After it, please pay the on-site registration fee below by cash at the conference reception.

Annual meeting *Social gathering **
JSP membershipPre-resistrationOn-site registrationPre-resistration only
Honorary members0 yen0 yen0 yen
(total 0 yen)
Lifetime members0 yen0 yen8000 yen
(total 8000 yen)
Councilor and general members9000 yen10000 yen10000 yen
(total 19000 yen)
Student members4000 yen5000 yen5000 yen
(total 9000 yen)
Non-members19000 yen20000 yen12000 yen
(total 31000 yen)
Non-member students6000 yen7000 yen12000 yen
(total 18000 yen)

* Social gathering fee is not included.

** On-site registration to the social gathering is not accepted.

Membership of JSP

To be a member of JSP (the Japanese Society of Parasitology), apply on the official website.

Program

Online abstracts are available here. To access it, use the ID and password that is sent to participants and JSP members.

Abstract Submission

The submission period is from November 1 (Wed) to noon on 30 (Thu) December 14 (Thu), 2023. Deadline has been extended, but it is no more extended. Please submit your abstract via the following link. A email for confirmation is sent automatically after submission.

You can apply BPA (Best Presentation Award) for young researchers. Please select "BPA" in "発表形式" (type of presentation) of the submission form. You cannot apply again if you have been awarded BPA before. BPA ceremony is held in the social gathering.

At least, the first author has to be a member of JSP on the day of presentation.

Abstract submission (linked to UMIN) Closed

Edit/confirm your abstract (linked to UMIN) Closed

* You can still edit your abstract that has been submitted, but it will be closed soon without notice.

We are sorry that the abstract submission system is only Japanese version. If you need support in English, please contact us by email.

Information for Presenters and Chairpersons

Oral Presentations, Best Presentation Award (BPA), and Symposiums

For Chairpersons

Please come to the session room 15 minutes before opening. When the previous settion has ended, please come to the front and ask the staff.

The staff will ring a bell a minute before the end of presentation, at the end of presentation time, and at the end of Q&A time.

For Presenters

Presentation time is 8 minites of presentation + 4 minutes of discussion (total 12 minutes). In the BPA session, 12 minutes of presentation and 6 minutes of discussion (total 18 minutes).

Please prepare your slides in English. Speaking language should be English or Japanese.

Please upload your slide data (up to 20 MB) via the button below by the day before your presentation. If you cannot, please bring it in an USB memory to the reception by an hour before your presentation.

We use Windows PC, so confirm your slides can be opened on Windows if you prepared it on Mac.

Your slides should be 4:3 or 16:9 format. Leave margins on the four edge of your slides. Items near the edges may not be properly projected on the screen.

If you embed sound and video onto your slides, consider if they are truely necessary. They may cause troubles in your presentation, and we do not bear the responsibility of such accidents.

Show the presentation ID(演題番号), title, author names, and author affiliations on the first slide.

Declare your conflict of interest (or absence of it) in your presentation as follows.

 Example 1: The authors decrare no conflict of interest associated with this presentation.

 Example 2: The authors decrare conflicts of interest associated with this presentation as follows. Author A has stocks of company B. Author C is running collaborative research funded by company D.

File name should be "presentation ID_your name.ppt" or "presentation ID_your name.pptx".

Come to the session room 15 minutes before opening and be seated in the front.

Give your presentation using a mouse on the speech table. The staff will ring a bell a minute before the end of presentation, at the end of presentation time, and at the end of discussion time. Please finish your presentation in time.

Poster Sessions

Please prepare your poster in English or Japanese. English is preferable.

You can post your poster from 8 am on March 9 to 5 pm on March 10 (you can use your posting space through the two days). Please remove your poster by the end of posting time. Abandoned posters may be discarded without your permission.

Please put you poster by 30 minutes before the session. Stand in front of your poster during the poster session.

Size of your poster should be smaller than 170 cm x 90 cm.

Push pins and adhesive tape are prepared in the poster session room. Leave margins at the corners of your poster, or items may be hidden by tape.

Show the title, author names, and author affiliations at the top of your poster. The presentation ID is already shown on the panel.

Declare your conflict of interest (or absence of it) in your poster as follows.

 Example 1: The authors declare no conflict of interest associated with this presentation.

 Example 2: The authors declare conflicts of interest associated with this presentation as follows. Author A has stocks of company B. Author C is running collaborative research funded by company D.

* Please show your ① posts of officer/advisor, ② stocks, ③ patents, ④ lecture fees, ⑤ manuscript fees, ⑥ research grants, ⑦ scholarships, ⑧ endowed chairs, ⑨ given agents, devices, or posts, and ⑩ other profit provision.