Over 250 international delegates representing researchers and students from universities, research institutions and industry from the five continents participate in the event. The ambitions of these scientists are to reduce disease in aquatic animals including farmed fish and shellfish, improve animal welfare, reduce the impact of antibiotics on the environment through the use of vaccination, and ultimately to produce a superior market product for the consumer.
The next meeting will be hosted by Nord University in Bodø, Norway, December 12-15, 2022. Nord University through the Faculty of Biosciences and Aquaculture is an international center for basic and applied aquaculture research and development and home to the Research Marine Center (RMC).
The main conference will last for 4 days and will consist of plenary lectures, and oral and poster presentations covering a wide range of topics including immunology, molecular biology and microbiology. We proactively encourage participation of undergraduate, and graduate (MS/PhD) students and young researchers and welcome your support for making this possible. All support ranging from dissemination to economical contributions are critical for the success of the event
Jorge Galindo-Villegas PhD
Chair of the Organizing and Scientific Committees
4th ISFSI Congress