Join Doctor Loh, TheFishVet, at the Aquatic Vet Program – 2014 Asian Veterinary Associations Congress (Singapore, Nov 28-Dec 1).

Join me and say, “G’day!” in Singapore. I’ll be representing the WAVMA at this event.

See below.

From: “Dr. David Scarfe”
Date: 14 November 2014 1:05:23 AWST
Subject: AquaVetMed e-News: Aquatic Vet Program – 2014 Asian Veterinary Associations Congress (Singapore, Nov 28-Dec 1)

November 13, 2014
8th Federation of Asian Veterinary Associations Congress

The Rise of the Asian Veterinary Profession – the Emerging Global Player, is the theme for the 18th Federation of Asian Veterinary Associations (FAVA 2014) Congress, being held from 28th – 30th November 2014 at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. This Congress will provide many opportunities to learn, share and network with acclaimed veterinarians from the Asia-Pacific region and beyond and is expected to draw some 600 delegates.

Join colleagues in Singapore, Asia’s leading animal healthcare and veterinary hub for 3 days of lively debates, insightful discussion, and fruitful collaborations. With international and regional speakers, lectures, plenary sessions and free paper presentations, pre- & post-congress workshops in livestock, small animal and aquatic veterinary medicine, this congress is made to fit everyone.

Aquatic veterinary highlights (November 29/30) and a full day post-congress wetlab dealing with “Practical Veterinary Aspects of Fish Veterinary Medicine” (December 1), include:
· Clinical signs of fish disease and routine diagnostic procedures – Richmond Loh (Australia)
· Common fish parasites – diagnostic features of parasites on microscopy and treatment options – Richmond Loh (Australia)
· Applications of Biotechnology in Aquaculture – Jiang Jun Hui (Singapore)
· Integrated Multi-Trophic Recirculating Aquaculture System – T.J. Lam (Singapore)
· Sustained Drug Delivery for Animals and Aquaculture – V. Subbu (Singapore)
· Practical use of technology in Aquaculture – Matthew Tan (Singapore)
· Rapid Microbial Detection and Source Tracking in Aquaculture – Emily Tay
· New developments EMS therapeutics – Ung Huan (Malaysia)
· Selective breeding program for Asian Sea Bass in Singapore: Approaches to develop disease-resistant lines – Laszlo Orban (Singapore)
· Aquaculture Education in Singapore – Chan Wei Loong (Singapore)
· Continuing Aquaculture Education – Diana Chan (Singapore)

For more information, including registration, accommodation and social programmes, go to
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