PatoGen, a company focused on providing expertise and data in efforts to support sustainable seafood production, has teamed up with the Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS) to deliver a comprehensive gill and harmful plankton workshop.
This informative course will have instruction from tutors Ana Herrero, and Hamish Rodger. The materials will cover practical aspects related to harmful plankton (phyto- and zoo-) as well as gill health in marine aquaculture.
The workshop will involve lessons in microscopy, sampling methods, including for disease diagnosis, and updates on gill health research.
The workshop is aimed at fish health professionals, veterinarians, biologists and farm technical staff.