Events & Meetings

Upcoming Events & Meetings relevant to fish pathologists

E-Aquarium Conference 2021

Virtual from 25th October

The E-Aquarium Conference 2021 will be held online over 4 days (the week commencing October 25th) with 4 hours of live content per day. The conference will be a collection of talks given by experts in their field, with interactive Q & A sessions where you can ask questions of our presenters.

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International Gill Health Conference

Virtual – 26&27 October

With support from the Sustainable Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC) and the Norwegian Seafood Research Fund (FHF), the International Gill Health Conference was due to take place in Stirling in April 2020. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the event was postponed and we are delighted that it will now take place virtually on 26-27 October 2021. Attracting aquaculture professionals, academics and students from across the globe, this conference aims to improve understanding of gill health issues, identify knowledge gaps and develop solutions for this internationally significant issue. The event is free to attend and sessions will be spaced throughout the two days, allowing you to plan your day effectively.

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Tilapia health: quo vadis – International Technical Seminar on Tilapia Health

This 3-day virtual event will bring together multidisciplinary expertise from the industry, governance authorities and academe/research to view, from their respective lenses, the tilapia sector, its health and the future. Day 1 will look at industry trends and the future. Days 2/3 will focus on healthy production for good food and better livelihood

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ICOPA 2022 – 15th International Congress of Parasitology

The Nordic region has a long and rich history in parasitology, and we are thrilled to host ICOPA for the first time here. ICOPA 2022 will be held under the theme “Living with Parasites”, which covers parasitology sensu lato and brings it closer to everyday life. With an exciting and high-quality scientific program, diversity and inclusion, transparency, and professionalism in the organizing, we are confident that ICOPAnhagen will have a high scientific impact.

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

Cairns, Queensland, Australia – [Postponed to 2022]

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Wild Trout Symposium XIII: “Reducing the Gap Between Science and Public Opinion”

West Yellowstone, Montana, USA – 27-30 September 2022

The Wild Trout Symposium brings together a diverse audience of non-profit conservation groups, media representatives, educators, anglers, fishing guides, government entities, and business interests associated with trout fisheries to exchange technical information and viewpoints on wild trout management and related public policy. Held every three years, each symposium has led to innovative approaches to wild trout management.

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61st Western Fish Disease Workshop

Hood River, Oregon, USA – 16-19 May 2022

The Western Fish Disease Workshop will cover all aspects of the health of wild and cultured fish and shellfish. Following the conclusion of the Western Fish Disease Workshop a continuing education session on “Applied Nutrition for Disease Management”.

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9th International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health

Santiago, Chile – 4 to 8 September 2022

The 9th ISAAH will be held 4 – 8 September 2022, in Santiago, Chile. The ISAAH is a truly unique event hosted by the Fish Health Section of the American Fisheries Society and held every four years. The ISAAH typically attracts 300–400 fish health professionals from around the world. This will be the first time ISAAH is hosted outside North America.

Further information will become soon available.

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