Covering the full range of animal and veterinary science issues, the event will give researchers, teachers, students, vets and policy-makers a chance to hear about the latest developments in animal science and technology.
Open to newcomers and those already established in animal science, the two-day conference also offers the chance to network in a friendly environment.
The IAAAM is an organization of individuals who are professionally interested in and devote a significant amount of time to the practice of aquatic animal medicine, teaching and research in aquatic animal medicine, or the husbandry and management of aquatic animals.
The aim of the conference is to bring people involved in pest animal research and management together from Australasia and elsewhere, to network with other like-minded people, including, but not limited to:
Please note that the scientific program is under development. We will release the full symposium and workshop list, definitive symposia dates and speaker lists Dec. 1, 2013.
• Triennial Lactation Symposium: Biology of Lactation of Farm Animals
• ASAS-ASN Pre-Conference
• Cell Biology Symposium
• ADSA Multidisciplinary International Leadership Keynote (MILK) Symposium
• EAAP-ASAS Inaugural Global Hot Topics Symposium: “Genetics Revolution”
• Workshop: “Make your talk TED-worthy”
• Beta-Agonists: What the Data Say?
WAFL is an international scientific conference on the assessment of animal welfare at group level (on farms, at slaughter, in labs etc.). It takes place every three years and usually lasts two and a half days. It hosts about 300 researchers worldwide, as well as other people interested in animal welfare (animal protection association, professional organizations, ...).