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Apply Now For Shrimp Pathology Short Course 2012

The Fish Site
by The Fish Site
26 August 2011, at 1:00am

US - The University of Arizona will be holding its 24th annual intensive short course on shrimp diseases. This years course will focus on diagnosis, prevention and treatment of the principal diseases of cultured penaeid shrimp.

The course, entitled "Shrimp Pathology Short Course: Disease Diagnosis and Control in Marine Shrimp Culture", is taught by Dr Donald Lightner and his colleagues from the Aquaculture Pathology Laboratory at the University of Arizona.

This intensive course consists of comprehensive lectures and practical laboratory training that is focused on current methods used to diagnose, prevent, and treat the principal diseases of cultured penaeid shrimp.

This programme also provides an excellent opportunity for participants to meet and interact with others involved in shrimp disease research and management.

The course will take place on the 18-29 June 2012.

As spaces are limited to 30 people, early registration is neccessary.

Deposit and Early Registration Deadline

$100.00 by 1 April, 2012.

To apply, complete the application form indicating how you will be paying your deposit (Bank draft, Mastercard & Visa accepted) and send the form by mail, FAX or email to:

Mailing address:
The University of Arizona
Department of Veterinary Science & Microbiology
Aquaculture Pathology Laboratory
1117 E. Lowell Street, Room 102
Tucson, Arizona 85721 USA

Phone: 520-621-4438
FAX: 520-621-4899
Email: ritar@email.arizona.edu or dvl@email.arizona.edu


$1,500.00 if the deposit is received on or before 1 April, 2012.

$2,000.00 if the deposit is received on or after 2 April, 2012.

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