Strongyloides questions-a research agenda for the future

Reem Al-Jawabreh, Roy Anderson, Louise E. Atkinson, Jack Bickford-Smith, Richard S. Bradbury, Minka Breloer, Astra S. Bryant, Dora Buonfrate, Luke C. Cadd, Bethany Crooks, Michela Deiana, Warwick Grant, Elissa Hallem, Shannon M. Hedtke, Vicky Hunt, Virak Khieu, Taisei Kikuchi, Asuka Kounosu, Dominika Lastik, Lisette van LieshoutYuchen Liu, Henry J. McSorley, Paul McVeigh, Angela Mousley, Ben Murcott, William David Nevin, Eva Nosková, Elena Pomari, Kieran Reynolds, Kirstin Ross, Adrian Streit, Mona Suleiman, Natalia Tiberti, Mark Viney (Lead / Corresponding author)

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The Strongyloides genus of parasitic nematodes have a fascinating life cycle and biology, but are also important pathogens of people and a World Health Organization-defined neglected tropical disease. Here, a community of Strongyloides researchers have posed thirteen major questions about Strongyloides biology and infection that sets a Strongyloides research agenda for the future. This article is part of the Theo Murphy meeting issue 'Strongyloides: omics to worm-free populations'.

Original languageEnglish
Article number20230004
Number of pages8
JournalPhilosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences
Issue number1894
Early online date27 Nov 2023
Publication statusPublished - 15 Jan 2024


  • Strongyloides
  • questions
  • research

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • General Agricultural and Biological Sciences
  • General Biochemistry,Genetics and Molecular Biology


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