Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

  • Track 1-1 Life cycle of the parasites
  • Track 1-2Classification of the parasites
  • Track 1-3Association of host and parasite
  • Track 1-4Host and Parasites Infections
  • Track 1-5Effect of parasites on the host
  • Track 1-6Diagnosing Nematode Problems
  • Track 1-7General research on parasitology
  • Track 2-1Class -Telosporidia
  • Track 2-2Class - Zoomastigophora ( Flagellates)
  • Track 2-3Class- Rhizopoda ( Amoebae)
  • Track 2-4Class -Ciliatea ( Ciliates)
  • Track 3-1Seafood Parasites
  • Track 3-2Protozoal Parasites
  • Track 3-3 Leeches and Copepods
  • Track 3-4 Mongenetic Trematodes
  • Track 3-5 Digenetic Trematodes
  • Track 3-6 Myxozoan Parasites
  • Track 4-1Divisions of veterinary parasitology
  • Track 4-2Veterinary Parasitology emerging issues
  • Track 4-3Applied veterinary parasitology
  • Track 4-4Clinical veterinary parasitology
  • Track 4-5Diagnostic methods
  • Track 4-6Animal parasites and their effects on agriculture
  • Track 4-7Agriculture and Parasitic Plants
  • Track 4-8Hosts and Ruin Crops
  • Track 5-1Biochemistry of parasitic protozoa
  • Track 5-2Molecular Biology of Parasites
  • Track 5-3Epidemiology of Parasites at the molecular level
  • Track 6-1Intestinal nematodes
  • Track 6-2Nemathelminths
  • Track 6-3Platyhelminths
  • Track 6-4Class cestoda (tapeworm)
  • Track 6-5Class trematodes(flukes)
  • Track 7-1Amoebiasis
  • Track 7-2Cestodes (Tapeworms)
  • Track 7-3Pathogenic Flagellates
  • Track 7-4Nematodes (Round Worms)
  • Track 7-5Medically important ciliates
  • Track 7-6Medically important treatodes (Flukes)
  • Track 7-7Coccidia (Sporozoa)
  • Track 8-1Importance of Arthropods in Parasitology
  • Track 8-2Medical conditions related to arthropods
  • Track 8-3Vector control measures
  • Track 8-4Biology of Arthropods
  • Track 8-5Life cycle of arthropods.
  • Track 8-6Life cycle of arthropods.
  • Track 9-1Immunology of Tropical Diseases
  • Track 9-2Molecular Biology of Parasites
  • Track 9-3Molecular biology of Tropical Diseases.
  • Track 9-4Cell biology of tropical diseases
  • Track 9-5Functional genomics of parasites and vectors
  • Track 9-6Statistical Methods for Epidemiological and Clinical Research
  • Track 9-7Clinical Research Chemotherapeutic aspects of parasites
  • Track 10-1Structural Genomics of Pathogenic Protozoa
  • Track 10-2Functional genomics of protozoa
  • Track 10-3Structure & Functionality of Parasites Proteins
  • Track 10-4Structural and functional Genomics of Consortium
  • Track 10-5Marine parasites
  • Track 10-6Marine organisms as host
  • Track 10-7Endoparasitism
  • Track 11-1Congo-Crimean haemorrhagic fever
  • Track 11-2Human African trypanosomiasis
  • Track 11-3Yellow fever
  • Track 11-4Schistosomiasis
  • Track 11-5Chikungunya
  • Track 11-6Malaria
  • Track 11-7Lymphatic Filariasis
  • Track 11-8 Leishmaniasis
  • Track 11-9Chagas disease
  • Track 12-1Plant microbe communication for symbiosis
  • Track 12-2Plant microbe interactions.
  • Track 12-3Nitrogen fixation.
  • Track 12-4Root nodules symbiosis
  • Track 12-5Mycorrhizal symbiosis
  • Track 12-6Plant receptor kinases
  • Track 12-7Microorganisms for pathogens and pest bio control
  • Track 12-8Fundaments and advances in plant microbe symbiosis
  • Track 13-1Plant pathogenic bacteria
  • Track 13-2Plant pathogenic fungi
  • Track 13-3Plant pathogenic viruses
  • Track 13-4 Nematodes
  • Track 13-5Plant disease resistance
  • Track 13-6Pests that effect plant health
  • Track 13-7Parasitic Plants
  • Track 13-8Evolution of parasites
  • Track 14-1 ELISA
  • Track 14-2Luciferase immunoprecipitation system
  • Track 14-3Polymerase chain reaction
  • Track 14-4Proteomic technology
  • Track 14-5Elimination of diseases
  • Track 14-6Elimination of infection
  • Track 15-1Research in parasite immunology
  • Track 15-2Applications for Immunoparasitology
  • Track 15-3Development of useful vaccines
  • Track 15-4Discover vaccines against parasites
  • Track 15-5Immunopathology
  • Track 15-6Treatment to control this parasitic disease
  • Track 16-1Ant parasitic drugs used to control parasitic diseases
  • Track 16-2Vaccine delivery systems.
  • Track 16-3 Treatment of parasitic infections
  • Track 16-4Recombinant DNA technology
  • Track 16-5Prophylactic vaccination
  • Track 16-6 Genetic resistance against parasites
  • Track 16-7Chemotherapy
  • Track 17-1Classifications of protozoa
  • Track 17-2Organization of metazoan organisms
  • Track 17-3 Flagellates
  • Track 17-4Ciliates
  • Track 17-5Structure; growth and development of protozoan
  • Track 17-6Endameba histolytica-amoebiasis
  • Track 17-7Balantidium coli
  • Track 17-8Giardia intestinalis
  • Track 17-9Plasmodium falciparum - malaria
  • Track 17-10 Toxoplasma Gondi
  • Track 18-1Interactions with the environment provided by the hosts
  • Track 18-2Significant environmental destruction
  • Track 18-3Globally conduct floristic
  • Track 18-4Biodiversity research
  • Track 18-5The study of ecological aspects of host/parasite relationships
  • Track 20-1Intestinal parasite symptoms
  • Track 20-2STD bacterial parasites
  • Track 20-3STD viral parasites
  • Track 20-4Public lice symptoms; test & treat
  • Track 20-5Scabies symptoms; test treat
  • Track 20-6Trichomoniasis
  • Track 20-7Vaginitis
  • Track 21-1Species and speciation
  • Track 21-2Special features of parasites
  • Track 21-3Macroevolution
  • Track 21-4Fragmentation of parasite populations
  • Track 21-5Ectoparasitism
  • Track 21-6Conservation & coevolution
  • Track 22-1Life cycle and reproduction
  • Track 22-2Nematode feeding and host parasite relations
  • Track 22-3Diagnosing Nematode Problems
  • Track 22-4Nematode Biology
  • Track 22-5Nematode Survival Strategies
  • Track 22-6Nematode Dissemination
  • Track 22-7 Plant-Nematode Interactions
  • Track 22-8Plant Nematode Control
  • Track 27-1Natural History of HIV
  • Track 27-2 Transmissions
  • Track 27-3Epidemiology of HIV/AIDS
  • Track 27-4HIV Surveillance
  • Track 27-5HIV Testing
  • Track 27-6Perinatal and Periotic HIV Infection
  • Track 28-1Syphilis
  • Track 28-2Gonorrhoea
  • Track 28-3Lymphogranulomavenereum
  • Track 28-4Nonspecific urethritis
  • Track 28-5Neonatal sepsis
  • Track 29-1Genital herpes
  • Track 29-2Cytomegalic inclusion
  • Track 29-3Genital warts (papilloma)
  • Track 29-4Aids (Human immunodeficiency virus)
  • Track 29-5Hepatitis (Hepatitis B virus)
  • Track 30-1Trichomoniasis
  • Track 30-2Trichomonas vagnialis
  • Track 31-1Valvovaginal candidiasis
  • Track 31-2Candida albicans