Conference set to tackle gill health issues

The International Gill Health Conference, postponed from April 2020 because of the Covid-19 pandemic, will be taking place next week (26-27 October) as an online event.

With topics ranging from integrated health management and the role of nutrition to monitoring and prevention, the conference features research and perspectives from international experts.

Organisations represented include the Norwegian Veterinary Institute, the Scottish Fish Immunology Research Centre at the University of Aberdeen and animal health group Pharmaq.

The conference is taking place with support from the Sustainable Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC) and the Norwegian Seafood Research Fund (FHF).

To register or to find out more, go online to the SAIC website.

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 attendees to plan their day effectively.


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