Researchers at the University of Kentucky undertook the first study and characterization of the microbiota of an ascarid parasite, of an equine parasite and of… Read more »
Before taking on this role Anouk worked as a post-doctoral researcher in the Parasites & Vectors division of the Natural History Museum (NHM) of London. Her research on schistosomiasis involved regularly travelling to Tanzania to collect schistosome and snail samples for genetic analysis and for archiving in the Schistosomiasis Collection at the NHM (SCAN). Particularly passionate about public outreach and engagement with science she blogs, tweets and talks about parasites and neglected tropical diseases.
Latest posts by Anouk Gouvras (see all)
- What’s in a worm? The microbiota of horse ascarids. - 11th November 2022
- Holy Helminths! Augustinian friars and their parasites. - 26th August 2022
- What is the economic impact of schistosomiasis? A One Health question. - 6th May 2022
A study in Cambridge investigated and compared the worm burden of friars living in a monastery in medieval England with that of towns people in the local… Read more »
A recent study in Senegal looks at the financial impact of livestock schistosomiasis, highlighting that loss of earnings and reduced productivity is an outcome… Read more »
In a recent study, researchers evaluate the cost of using ‘Tiny Target’ tsetse control in Cote D’Ivoire and demonstrate how vector ecology and geography… Read more »
Parasitology and Conservation: what parasites can tell us about endangered species and their management. The case of the Eurasian Lynx in Germany.
A recent study on intestinal and pulmonary parasite population of the re-introduced, endangered Eurasian lynx in Germany reveals useful insights into the health… Read more »
Researchers in Kampala and Glasgow identified key factors driving persistant S. mansoni infections in hotspot communities on the banks of Lake Victoria. These… Read more »
Researchers report on PCR screening for potentially zoonotic pathogens detected in the faecal samples of wild and semi-captive bonobos. This raised interesting… Read more »
Ending Neglected Tropical Diseases. The launch of the World Health Organization new road map to 2030.
Yesterday the World Health Organization launched a new road map to prevent, control, eliminate and eradicate a set of 20 diseases, termed neglected tropical… Read more »
Researchers from Benin and France uncovered a missing piece of the puzzle for human-cattle schistosome hybridization.
For World NTD Day we highlight how research and technological development are cornerstones to the global effort to eliminate NTDs such as schistosomiasis.