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

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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 B
Issue number1894
Early online date27 Nov 2023
Publication statusPublished - 15 Jan 2024


  • Animals
  • Humans
  • Strongyloides
  • Life Cycle Stages


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