Events & Meetings

Upcoming Events & Meetings relevant to fish pathologists

Managing shellfish diseases now and in the near future? Research outcomes from VIVALDI

Brest, France – 26 to 28 November 2019

Two days of scientific exchanges about the project’s research results will be followed by a third day, more particularly dedicated to stakeholders. This third conference day will take place on 27 November, at Brest Océanopolis aquarium, and will deal with disease management measures and biosecurity. Tools and approaches developed so as to improve the detection of diseases, water treatment, but also the latest genetic developments will be addressed, as well as the impact of the environment on shellfish health. All of this in presence of European and International institutions’ representatives, who will contribute to the discussions about legislation and biosecurity best practices. On that day, an interpretation service will be proposed in French, English, Italian and Spanish.

The draft programme is available, please click here. Registration is free of charge but compulsory, please click here.

Aquaculture America 2020

Honolulu, Hawaii, USA – 9 to 12 February 2020

For further information please click here.

Third International Catfish Symposium

Little Rock, Arkansas, USA – 18 to 20 February 2020

This decadal symposium hosted by the Catfish Technical Committees from the Southern and North Central Divisions of the American Fisheries Society will include oral presentations and posters with the latest catfish management, ecology, and conservation from North America and beyond. There will also be workshops offered on catfish aging methods, modeling catfish populations, and creel survey methods. And, of course, great socials and other opportunities to network with catfish managers, ecologists, and researchers from around North America and across the world.

For further information please click here.

Gill Health Initiative 2020

Stirling, Scotland – 1&2 April 2020

With support from the Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC) and the Norwegian Seafood Research Fund (FHF), Scotland is the host of 2020’s Gill Health Initiative meeting, held at the Stirling Court Hotel in the grounds of the University of Stirling on 1-2 April 2020.

For further information please click here.

World Fish Migration Day

Events worldwide – 16 May 2020

World Fish Migration Day is a one-day global celebration to create awareness of open rivers and migratory fish. This international day of events is coordinated by the World Fish Migration Foundation. On World Fish Migration Day, organizations from around the world coordinate their own event around the common theme of: CONNECTING FISH, RIVERS AND PEOPLE.

For further information please click here.

51st IAAAM Annual Meeting

Tampa, Florida – 16 to 20 May 2020

This event will bring together nearly 350 members of the highly respected International Association for Aquatic Animal Medicine (IAAAM). Veterinarians, professors, directors, curators, researchers, and other animal health and husbandry professionals from around the world participate in these meetings. Over 50 different parks, zoos, aquariums, universities, and other related institutions throughout the United States and abroad will be represented. This offers you a tremendous business opportunity to bring your related products to the main decision-makers from these facilities.

For further information please click here.

63rd annual Conference on Great Lakes Research

Winnipeg, Canada – 8 to 12 June 2020

IAGLR20 explores the theme “Focusing on the Future” hosted by the IISD Experimental Lakes Area. The program includes technical sessions with both oral and poster presentations, plenary sessions with internationally recognized keynote speakers, a trade show, and workshops on a variety of topics. 

For further information please click here.

10th International Symposium for Fish Parasitology
Australian Society for Parasitology Annual Conference

Cairns, Queensland, Australia – 6 to 9 July 2020

Please click here to download the flyer.

For further information please click here.

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