Events & Courses relevant to fish pathologists

Upcoming Events & Courses


Roger Williams University and Rhode Island-Israel Collaborative Host 2024 International Aquaculture Conference

Bristol, IR, USA – 3 June to June 4, 2024

As aquaculture continues to be one of the fastest-growing food industries across the world, Roger Williams University (RWU) and the Rhode Island-Israel Collaborative (RIIC) are setting the table for national and international experts to come together and collaborate on marine food production and mariculture innovations at the 2024 International Aquaculture Conference. “In order to address the intersecting challenges of climate change on global food supplies and a growing global population that continues to exert pressure on food production, we need to be adaptive and innovative in our solutions. The Roger Williams University Center for Economic and Environmental Development and Rhode Island-Israel Collaborative are excited to convene the world’s leading experts in aquaculture science to share the cutting-edge work happening around the globe. We aim to enable connections that will put research and innovation into action, working toward sustainability and ecosystem health,” said Koty Sharp, Director of RWU’s Center for Economic and Environmental Development.

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XI International Symposium on Fish Parasites Fish Health, Parasites and Biodiversity Conservation

Mérida, Mexico – 20 January to January 24, 2025

The symposium will bring together researchers and students from around the world to discuss various aspects of fish parasitology such as taxonomy, ecology & life cycles, evolution & biogeography, parasites of farmed fish, parasites of wildlife fish, environmental parasitology, biodiversity of fish parasites and conservation, etc. The venue for the symposium will be the “Centro Cultural Universitario of the Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán”, in the beautiful city of Mérida, in the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico. 

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