The name of the Society is THE PARASITOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN AFRICA (DIE PARASITOLOGIESE VERENIGING VAN SUIDELIKE AFRIKA) and should have the perceived acronym PARSA. The society was founded by Professor Ronnie Elsdon-Dew in the year 1971 at South Africa. He turned into the primary president of PARSA and was helped by Professor Richard Reinecke (VP) and Professor Peter Fripp (secretary and treasurer). By 1973, the number of individuals had increased to 28, mostly from the veterinary profession and a few members were from medical fields. In 1974 there was a drive to get new individuals.
To advance and maintain the investigation of Parasitology.
To spread information on the subject.
To advance the interests of Parasitologists in Southern Africa
To give representation on worldwide associations.
The Society shall be affiliated to the World Federation of ParasitologistsRead More»