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2018 AAFV CONFERENCE
WILL BE HELD IN CONJUNCTION WITH ISAAH
SEPTEMBER 2-6, 2018
The 2018 International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health convenes every four years, attracting a large audience of fish health professionals from around the world. This is only the second time the Conference has been hosted in Canada!
AAFV is proud to be a part of the 2018 ISAAH. We hope that you will be able to join us for this outstanding conference. We have a diversity of presentations that will be offered on Monday, September 3.
See our subpage 2018 AAFV Conference for the full list of our presentation titles and speakers
For those who are unable to attend in person, AAFV will be offering the AAFV presentations from Mitchell, Hickey, Wyatt, Kebus, Gaunt, Whaley, Shelley and Sanders via On Demand post conference.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE ON DEMAND PRESENTATIONS.
ISAAH 2018 is being hosted by the Fish Health Section of the American Fisheries Society, the Atlantic Veterinary College, and the Prince Edward Island BioAlliance. Delegates will have the opportunity to join other aquatic health professionals from around the world for scientific workshops and presentations, business meetings, industry panels, keynote presentations, and lots of networking and cultural events.
The theme of ISAAH 2018 is “Integrating Biotechnology in the Advancement of Aquatic Animal Health”.
To learn more about the ISAAH 2018 program and events, visit the ISAAH 2018 Website
Aquatic submissions should be listed under Food Animal/Equine “Track” and Aquatic “Sub-track” for all aquatic topics
The American Association of Fish Veterinarians Announces
Four Scholarship Recipients for 2018
The American Association of Fish Veterinarians announces the 4 recipients of their 2018 AAFV scholarships. As in previous years, all applicants were well qualified which made the task for the scholarship committee difficult. AAFV is very appreciative of the scholarship money they received from the University of Florida Wildlife and Aquatic Veterinary Disease Laboratory, Dr. Tim Kniffen, Merck & Company, Inc., Dr Allyson McNaughton and Dr. Rick Harmon. Their contributions help further aquatic veterinary medicine.
The American Association of Fish Veterinarians and the AAFV Scholarship Committee would like to announce the following recipients and congratulate them:
Courtney is in the class of 2019 at The Ohio State University, College of Veterinary Medicine, She plans to use the scholarship for externships at Tennessee Aquarium, Chattanooga, TN , Clear Springs Foods, Buhl, ID, Tropical Aquaculture Laboratory, Ruskin, FL, Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission and the University of Washington’s Department of Comparative Medicine. Her scholarship is sponsored by the University of Florida Wildlife and Veterinary Disease Laboratory
Sarah is in the class of 2020 at University of Illinois, College of Veterinary Medicine.
She will use the scholarship for attending: IAAAM conference in Long Beach, CA,
AQUAVET® II and AQUAVET® III
Josh is in the class of 2020 at North Carolina State University. College of Veterinary Medicine. He will use the scholarship to attend AQUAVET ®I.
Katherine is in the class 2019 of University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Veterinary Medicine. She will be use the scholarship to attend AQUAVET® I.
VIN Rounds DATE CHANGE
Dr. Stacy's presentation on Fish Hematology, (originally scheduled for August 12) has been rescheduled to December 20, 9-10pm, EST
More information will be sent out closer to the presentation date.
AAFV Members in the News!
Got a Sick Fish?
In 2017, about 139 million freshwater fish were owned by Americans, making fish the most popular pet category in the United States. By comparison, there were 70 million dogs and 74 million cats owned as pets in the U.S., according to the AVMA.
Click here for the article
FDA Center for Veterinary Medicine Update
Notice of Availability of Guidance for Industry #3
Evaluating the Human Food Safety of New
Animal Drugs Used in Food-Producing Animals
FDA Center for Veterinary Medicine has issued a final Guidance for Industry #3, titled 'General Principles for Evaluating the Human Food Safety of New Animal Drugs Used in Food-Producing Animals', which "... describes the type of information that [CVM] recommends sponsors provide to address the human food safety of new animal drugs used in food-producing animals. The human food safety evaluation of new animal drugs used in food-producing animals helps ensure that food derived from treated animals is safe for human consumption. CVM developed this guidance to inform sponsors of the scientific data and/or information that may provide an acceptable basis to determine that the residue of a new animal drug in or on food, when consumed, presents a reasonable certainty of no harm to humans ..."
Comments Due By: May be submitted at any time
Radiographs courtesy of Dr. Shane Boylan, South Carolina Aquarium
Loan, Grant, Training and Research Programs
NIFA Grant Funding Opp.
Annc. - Comp. Genomics Rsh. Prog. Understanding Biol. Processes Related toHealth & Disease of Agriculturally Important Animals
Deadlines: October 5, 2018, February 5, 2019, & June 5, 2019
North Carolina State University
Assistant Professor of Shellfish Pathology
Location: Raleigh, NC
Proposed HIre Date: 1/1/19
Project Leader, Aquaculture Vaccines
Location: Elkhorn, NE
University of Idaho
Location: Hagerman Fish Culture Experiment Station
Auburn University School of Aquaculture Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (SFAAS)
Extension Specialist - FIsh Health
Location: Alabama Fish Farming Center (AFFC), Greensboro
Deadline: Open until filled
UAPB Aquaculture/Fisheries Center
Research Assoc - Fish Pathology
Job Description - email Dr. Ramena: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: Nov 16 or until filled
6/11 Update - position still open
Michigan State University, College of Veterinary Medicine
Assistant or Associate Professor, Aquatic Animal Heath
Location: Michigan State University
Deadline: Until position is filled
6/11 Update - postion still open
UPCOMING EVENTS, WEBINARS & CONFERENCES
50th Annual AAZV with EAZWV/IZW
Prague, Czech Republic
2018 Humane Endings Symposium
Nov 2-4, 2018
46th Scientific Symposium of the United States-Japan Natural Resources Panel on Aquaculture (UJNR)
Gill Health Symposium for Marine Fish
April 28 - May 2
Aug 2-6, 2019
AAFV Joint Conferenc with AAZV, ARAV, AEMV and AAFV
Sept 27-Oct 5
St Louis, MO
23rd Biennial Society of Marine Mammalogy Conference/2nd World Marine Mammal Science Conference
2019 AQUAVET® I & II & III