Aquatic Animal Health and Diagnostics

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

8:30 - 4:30  Champagne 2

Chair: Kathleen Hartman


8:30

Katharine Starzel

AQUACULTURE EN ROUTE – STEPS TO MOVING HEALTHY ANIMALS AROUND THE WORLD

9:00

Kevin Snekvik

AQUACULTURE LABORATORIES: THE WHIRL POOL AT THE CONFLUENCE OF REGULATORY TEST REQUIREMENTS, SAMPLING, AND FINANCIAL CONSTRAINTS

9:30

Bill Keleher

U.S. AQUATIC ANIMAL HEALTH REGULATIONS – A NEED TO CREATE A MORE HARMONIZED AND EFFECTIVE SYSTEM FOR AQUATIC ANIMAL TESTING AND MOVEMENT

10:30

Stephen Reichley

CONSIDERATIONS FOR IN-HOUSE DIAGNOSTICS IN AQUACULTURE

11:00

Kevin Snekvik

DON’T BE BLINDED BY THE BLING OF YOUR TEST: USING THE RIGHT LABORATORY ASSAY FOR THE RIGHT JOB

11:30

Debbie Plouffe

INNOVATION IN AQUACULTURE DIAGNOSTICS

12:00

Esteban Soto

DIAGNOSIS OF EMERGENT AND FASTIDIOUS PATHOGENS OF TILAPIA

1:30

Paul Schofield

THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA’S AQUACULTURE PATHOLOGY LABORATORY WEST CAMPUS RESEARCH FACILITY: AN ICONIC SHRIMP RESEARCH FACILITY IN NORTH AMERICA – HISTORY, ACHIEVEMENTS AND THE FUTURE.

1:45

Esteban Soto

RECOMBINANT SUBUNIT VACCINES AGAINST PISCINE FRANCISELLOSIS

2:00

Timothy Bruce

GASTROINTESTINAL MICROBIOTA AND IMMUNOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF RAINBOW TROUT Oncorhynchus mykiss FED MODIFIED SOYBEAN MEAL INGREDIENTS

2:15

Ghazala Jabeen

ASSESSMENT OF BLOOD HEALTH, TOTAL PROTEIN CONTENT AND GILLS HISTOPATHOLOGY IN FISH INJECTED WITH PLASTICIZERS, DI-METHYL PHTHALATE AND DI-N-OCTYL PHTHALATE

2:30

Raquel T. Pereira

ENDOCRINE AND GOBLET CELLS DISTRIBUTION IN THE INTESTINE OF BRAZILIAN FISH TAMBAQUI AND HYBRID SPOTTED SORUBIM

2:45

Jordan N. Garry

EXPERIMENTAL INDUCTION OF Aeromonas hydrophila IN TILAPIA FINGERLINGS ON A NOVEL ANTIBODY DIET

3:00

Nitin Challa

THERAPEUTIC POTENTIAL OF BIOACTIVE COMPOUNDS FOR TREATING FISH DISEASE AND THEIR CYTOTOXIC AND GENOTOXIC EFFECTS

3:15

Ian A. Gardner

TO OR NOT TO POOL?: GUIDELINES FOR POOLING DECISIONS IN AQUATIC ANIMAL HEALTH SURVEILLANCE

3:30

Jesse P. James

EVALUATION OF A TRIVALENT VACCINE FOR Aeromonas hydrophila, Flavobacterium columnare AND Edwardsiella ictaluri USING IN-POND RACEWAY SYSTEMS IN WEST ALABAMA