BULLETIN CONTENTS 38 (1)

News and Views   Sporulating Haplosporidium nelsoni in Crassostrea gigas in a production bay in Ireland. E. Collins, S. McCleary, T. Morrissey, M. Geary, C. O’Connor and D. Cheslett. – Read Preview-   Elthusa poutassouiensis (Penso, 1939), comb. nov. (Isopoda, Cymothoidae) for Meinertia (Ceratothoa) poutassouiensis, parasite of the blue whiting, Micromesistius … Read More

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News and Views   Cold temperatures inhibit infection (soft tunic syndrome) of sea pineapple Halocynthia roretzi by the kinetoplastid parasite Azumiobodo hoyamushi. K-W Nam, Y-K Shin and K-I Park. – Read Preview-   Haliphthoros milfordensis isolated from eggs and larvae of mud crab (Scylla tranquebarica) in Sabah, Malaysia. Y. N. Lee, K. … Read More

3rd UK-IRL – Galway 2018

EAFP UK & Ireland Branches Third Meeting ‘’Connecting Academia with Industry for improved Aquatic Animal Health” Following on from the successful meetings in Keele (2014) and Stirling (2016), the Marine Institute in Ireland is happy to host the third meeting in Galway on 11 – 12th September 2018. The theme of … Read More

Percid Rhabdoviruses flyer

Kindly provided by Laurent Bigarré, Françoise Fozet and François Lieffrieg, following Workshop – “Neglected viral diseases affecting freshwater fish farming” during the 18th EAFP International Conference in Belfast. Click here to download the Percid Rhabdoviruses Flyer in PDF.

EAFP Small Grants Scheme 2017

EAFP Small Grants Scheme Rationale: Conducting small-scale projects in the face of reduced funding opportunities? The EAFP offers ‘small grants’ to assist members with research in the field of aquatic animal health. Five grants will be awarded in this round. • Obtain training in new methods to improve research in … Read More

EAFP President Election 2017

   Who should be the EAFP President for the next 4 years (2017-2021)? If you are an active EAFP member you are now kindly invited to express your preference by taking part in the online poll, upon log-in to the EAFP members’ area. You can activate your unique EAFP account … Read More