14th – Montpellier 2018

The 14th Meeting of the French EAFP Branch 28 August 2018 – Montpellier, France The French branch of EAFP held its biennial meeting on the morning of 28 August 2018, as an independent session during the WAS & EAS conference in Montpellier, France. About 25 members of the French branch, as well as … Read More

BULLETIN CONTENTS 38 (5)

News and Views   French branch meeting report. J.-F. Bernardet (Organising committee). – Read it-   Aetiology and histopathology of a systemic phaeohyphomycosis in farmed lumpfish, Cyclopterus lumpus. K. E. Johnson, M. A. Freeman, B. Laxdal and Á. Kristmundsson. – Read Preview-   A closer look at Cryptobia dahli: a parabodonid flagellate … Read More

19th EAFP Porto 2019

FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT 19th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON DISEASES OF FISH AND SHELLFISH  Porto, Portugal 9-12th September 2019 The 19th International Conference on Diseases of Fish and Shellfish will be held at the Alfândega Congress Centre in Porto, Portugal. Scientific and technical sessions consisting of poster presentations, invited talks, keynotes, oral presentations, workshops … Read More

3rd UK&IRL – Galway 2018

“Connecting academia with industry for improving aquatic animal health” The increasingly popular UK and Ireland EAFP branch meeting took place at the Connacht Hotel in Galway, hosted by the Marine Institute in Ireland. Following the previous meetings in Keele (2014) and Stirling (2016), 85 participants attended the meeting, with delegates … Read More

Health forum discussion on Viral Encephalopathy and Retinopathy

The MedAID Health Forum is conceived as a communication platform to gather field diagnosticians, laboratories, relevant authorities in charge of disease management in the Mediterranean mariculture and other stakeholders. Forum discussion started in July with a key topic, Sparicotylosis. Now, a second discussion is scheduled to take place from 17th to 28th September … Read More

Upcoming meeting

We have around 80 participants registered representing both the UK and Ireland but also Norway, Croatia and Canada. The opening plenary lecture will be provide by Dave Jackson from the Marine Institute on wild Atlantic salmon and the role of the sea louse L. salmonis. The first day of the … Read More

BULLETIN CONTENTS 38 (4)

News and Views   First detection of Cyprinid Herpesvirus-2 (CyHV-2) followed by screening and monitoring studies in Goldfish (Carassius auratus) in Turkey. G. Kalaycı, B. Özkan, K. Pekmez, M. Kaplan, A. Mefut and A. Anıl Çağırgan. – Read Preview-   Review: Standard protocols for antimicrobial susceptibility testing of Vibrionaceae isolated from … Read More

Extended Deadlines for Fribourg 2018

17th  Joint meeting of the German, Austrian and Swiss branches of the EAFP-Registration & Call for Abstracts “Fish health – a challenge” Registration and call for abstracts deadline extended! The XVII meeting of the German speaking branches will take place in the Au Parc Hotel, Fribourg, Switzerland from the 3rd to … Read More

Health Forum Discussion on Sparicotylosis

MedAID (Mediterranean Aquaculture Integrated Development) is a four-year project, funded by the European Union in the frame of Horizon 2020 (grant agreement 727315). The goal of MedAID is to increase the overall competitiveness and sustainability of the Mediterranean marine fish-farming sector, throughout the whole value chain. MedAID Health Forum, is conceived … Read More

Extended Deadlines for Galway 2018

3rd Meeting of UK & Ireland EAFP branches-Registration & Call for Abstracts Registration and call for abstracts deadline extended! Following on from the successful meetings in Keele (2014) and Stirling (2016), the Marine Institute in Ireland is delighted to host the third meeting at the Connacht Hotel, Galway on 11 … Read More

Winners of EAFP-SGS 2018

Congratulations to the EAFP members that have received the EAFP Small Grant Scheme for 2018:   Kerrie Ni Dhufaigh, project title “Comparative proteomic profiling of pathogenic and non-pathogenic Neoparamoeba perurans proteins associated with Amoebic Gill Disease”; hosted by Eugene Dillon, Proteomics Core of University College Dublin, Ireland   Bartolomeo Gorgoglione, … Read More