FLORIDA, US – University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine’s Diseases of Warmwater Fish course is an intensive two-week class designed to provide instruction in the methodology of diagnosis and treatment of parasitic, bacterial, viral, nutritional, and environmental diseases of warmwater food fish and aquarium species.
The course will be held at two University of Florida locations. From 30 July to 3 August, class is at the Tropical Aquaculture Laboratory in Ruskin (south of Tampa). It moves to the Whitney Laboratory for Marine Bioscience in Marineland (south of St. Augustine) for 4 to 9 August. On 10 August, the course concludes at SeaWorld Orlando.
Space is limited so reserve your seat today.
Enrollment in this course is limited to the first 40 participants. Registration will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. All figures are presented in US dollars ($).
Early Reduced Registration Fee (on or before 25 June, 2012) – $900.00
Regular Registration Fee (after 25 June, 2012) – $1,000.00
Registration includes: participation in the educational programme, transportation (between host hotel and lecture sites, to field trips and changes of venue on 3 and 10 August, Sunday evening (29 July) informal welcome reception, lunch on 30 July, dinner on 31 July, refreshment breaks Monday-Friday, lab supplies, and course materials.
For more information go to www.conference.ifas.ufl.edu/ame/wwf