Seoul International Symposium of Paleoparasitology

Institute of Forensic Science, Seoul National University College of Medicine and Korean Academy of Paleopathology and Osteoarchaeology (KAPO) proudly invite you to “International Symposium: Current Trends in Paleoparasitology.”
Paleoparasitological research has advanced beyond the earliest stages of development, entering into a new stage to obtain information about our ancestors’ parasitic infections all over the world, using a variety of recently developed research techniques. This symposium will be an important opportunity to review the research achievements of paleoparasitology so far and to discuss current trends and future prospects in paleoparasitology with experts and specialists in the field.


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INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM OF PALEOPARASITOLOGY

[Hosted by]
Institute of Forensic Science, Seoul National University College of Medicine and Korean Academy of Paleopathology and Osteoarchaeology

[Venue] Gyoyukgwan #117/ Seoul National University College of Medicine/ Seoul/ South Korea
[Date] Aug 24, 2018 (3:00 – 6:00 PM)

[Welcome address] Soong Deok Lee (Institute of Forensic Science, Seoul National University)

[Keynote Lecture] History and current trends in paleoparasitology in the world by Karl Reinhard (University of Nebraska, USA)

[Symposium] Current trends in Paleoparasitology of Different Continents

[Chairpersons] Piers Mitchell (University of Cambridge, UK) and Dong Hoon Shin (Seoul National University, South Korea)

[1] Parasite Infection in the Past Populations of the Mediterranean by Piers Mitchell (University of Cambridge, UK)
[2] The Archaeology of Parasitism: A Nexus of Excavation and Molecular Biology by Elisa Pucu de Araujo (Instituto Oswaldo Cruz FIOCRUZ, Brazil)
[3] Paleoparasitology of Siberia by Sergey Slepchenko (Russian Academy of Science, Russia)
[4] Paleoparasitology of China by Ivy Hui-Yuan Yeh (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
[5] Paleogenetics of parasite DNA in South Korea by Jong Ha Hong (Seoul National University, South Korea)
[6] The Etiology of Porotic Hyperostosis: History and Recent Inferences by Morgana Camacho (University of Nebraska, US)













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