Welcome to Protistology UK!
Our Learned Society (formerly the British Society for Protist Biology) is a membership organisation for scientists and amateurs interested in all areas of protistology; from ecological to medical and from sub-cellular to population studies. The Society primarily exists to support and promote protistan research and teaching in the UK but a key aim is to encourage the development of young scientists. We host two scientific meetings a year and provide bursaries for student attendance together with prizes for student presentations.
WHO WE ARE
This is the website of the Protistology-UK, formerly known as the British Society for Protist Biology.
To promote the study, teaching and dissemination of all aspects of protistology.
To provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of results obtained from original research and for an exchange of information on experimental design and techniques.
To encourage developing and novel aspects of protistology.
To represent the interests of protistology on other professional bodies.
To assist young scientists researching in protistology to attend professional meetings.
P-UK Winter meeting 2021: Protist parasites of freshwater microalgae - 8th January 2021.
This year, P-UK has teamed up with the British Phycological Society (BPS) in the delivery of a special session on ‘Protist parasites of freshwater microalgae’.
The session will run within the BPS’s annual conference (on-line this year) - Click here for more information.
Past & Related Meetings
CANCELLED Exploring the Eukaryotic Tree of Life at the Microbiology Society Annual Meeting. April 2-3, 2020. Edinburgh International Convention Centre (EICC).
From parasites to plankton and back: comparative biology and ecology of apicomplexans and dinoflagellates. 7-11 September 2020. Roscoff, France. Details here.
Microbial Symbiosis Meeting - December 16-17, 2019. London, UK. Details here.