Fish Health Section of the Asian Fisheries Society Recorded Webinars

Recorded webinars 1-5 can be viewed using the following links

Video Recording: Fish Health Section Webinar 1 – “Beauty and the Beast: Important Parasites of Fish” – Click here to view

Video Recording: Fish Health Section Webinar 2 – “Pathogen Free: Non-infectious Diseases and Disorders of Aquatic Animals” – Click here to view

Video Recording: Fish Health Section Webinar 3 – “Fish Vaccination: Theory, Innovations and Application” – Click here to view

Video Recording: Fish Health Section Webinar 4 – “Small and Terrible! Significant Bacterial Diseases in Aquaculture” – Click here to view

Video Recording: Fish Health Section Webinar 5 – “Viral Diseases of Aquatic Animals” – Click here to view

For more information on the group, visit –


Short course on Health and Colony Management of Laboratory Fish

September 18-23, 2022
MDI Biological Laboratory
Bar Harbor, Maine

This is a short course for veterinarians, technicians, trainees, principal investigators, and core managers who utilize or plan to utilize fish models in laboratory research. The course is directed by Michael Kent, Ph.D., College of Veterinary Medicine, Oregon State University. Course faculty include: Rodman G. Getchell, Ph.D., Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine; Christian Lawrence, M.S., Children’s Hospital Boston; and Chris Whipps, Ph.D., Department of Environmental Biology, SUNY.

The course is offered at the MDI Biological Laboratory, located in Bar Harbor, Maine on Mount Desert Island, the home of Acadia National Park. It is intended to help laboratory technicians, researchers, and veterinarians monitor and maintain the health of a colony of aquatic organisms, focusing on zebrafish. This course is appropriate for veterinarians and veterinary trainees, as well as technical staff, students, postdocs, and investigators.

The course consists of lectures, laboratory exercises with a high faculty to student ratio, and discussion. During the course, there are ample opportunities for students to discuss unusual and/or unsolved diagnostic case experiences from their home laboratories as problem-solving exercises.

Health and Colony Management of Laboratory Fish 2022

For more information, visit the MDI Biological Laboratory course page <; or email the Education Office at

The lethal effects of insecticides on fish. How can you remedy the situation?

Apparrently, the best time to have your home sprayed for pests is in late winter to early spring. And pesticides are best applied in the cooler part of the day such as the early morning, especially when there is no wind.

Our client had a disastrous outcome with fish dying in their pond after a pest controller had applied bifenthrin insecticide to their yard.

To see what dangers fish face, and how to rescue them, watch our latest video –

Yours sincerely,

Dr Richmond Loh
DipProjMgt, BSc, BVMS, MPhil (Pathology), MANZCVS (Aquatics& Pathobiology), CertAqV, Fellow WAVMA.

Aquatic Veterinarian & Veterinary Pathologist.

Aquatic Veterinary Medical & Diagnostic Services.
Locations: Perth | Sydney | Melbourne | Canberra | Townsville | Singapore | London (UK)
Ph: +61 421 822 383
Mail: PO Box 5164, East Victoria Park, WA 6981, Australia.

Fish vet job vacancy- Singapore

Allpets & Aqualife Clinic is seeking a Full-Time or Part-Time Veterinarian

We are a well established non-corporate practice in search of an enthusiastic veterinary colleague, preferably with experience, to join our positive and energetic team of nurses and vets.

Applications from new and recent graduates are also welcome. Senior vets will provide mentoring support. Our vet to nurse ratio is 1:2, providing ample assistance.

We seek a colleague who has good communication skills, leadership qualities, and who enjoys working within a friendly and supportive team. He or she wants to advance with the clinic, and is open to learning new things.
CPE is encouraged and financially supported.

Our principal is an Honorary Fellow of the University of Melbourne and has a special interest and qualifications in aquatic medicine. We see anything from valuable koi fish to macaques, to the more common family dog, cat, rabbit and small furry, which makes for a colourful day at the office.

We are a busy practice with exposure to a wide variety of medical and surgical cases. We make full use of all our equipment, which include the full suite of Idexx blood machines, Ultrasound, Radiography, Endoscopes, Cryosurgical equipment, Tonometry, etc.

There is also opportunity for future career development in the practice for the right candidate. There is good opportunity for the individual to learn and grow here.

The practice is open for consultations Mon-Sat 9.30- 1pm, and 3-7.30pm. We are closed on Sundays and public holidays.

Our vets are happy to have a chat with candidates curious about the practice. Look for Winnie at or +65-64813700 if you would like to find out more.

2022 Aquatic Symposium by the Australian & NZ Association of Aquarium Professionals,

The Australian & NZ Association of Aquarium Professionals, Aquatic Symposium 2022 is on this week. It consists of 5 days of Online Webinars by Leading Aquatic Animal Professionals.

The full programs can be found at this link

I’ll have a 30 minute slot, showing the usefulness of fish histology (a type of laboratory test) using cases I have handled, and how you can submit fish to me for histology testing.

To register your attendance, go to –