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The Gordon Research Seminar on the Biology of Host-Parasite Interactions is a unique forum for graduate students, post-docs, and other scientists with comparable levels of experience and education to present and exchange new data and cutting edge ideas. The 2018 GRS on the Biology of Host-Parasite Interactions will focus on the biological basis and translational science of parasitic diseases. The meeting will place special emphasis on novel research to understand basic science, emerging techniques and therapeutic interventions on a wide range of parasitic diseases including: malaria, toxoplasmosis, trypanosomiasis, leishmaniasis, amoebiasis and worm infections. The program will provide an exquisite opportunity for young scientists to build scientific insight and peer networks sustaining competitive world-class research in a stimulating atmosphere at the Salve Regina University Campus, Newport. Graduate students and postdoctoral fellows will present and discuss their research with other young scientists and interact with well-established mentors from academia and industry, featuring a Q&A session. All talks and posters will be selected from submitted abstracts based on its scientific content. Students, post-docs and early career scientists are strongly encouraged to apply to the GRC and GRS. Special efforts are being made to raise funds to provide individuals from endemic countries with support.