Upcoming Events

This section provides links to upcoming events that may be relevant to wildlife health professionals. Listed events focus on Australia but also include information on events from overseas.

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4/06/2019 - 6/06/2019

International Symposia on Ranaviruses

The Global Ranavirus Consortium organizes biennial International Symposia on Ranaviruses to facilitate communication between the diverse and international group of researchers and professionals that work on all aspects of ranavirus biology. The symposia are interactive and productive, and generally held in conjunction with other professional meetings. See past symposia pages for more information! This year’s symposia will be hosted by James Cook University. There will be two days of presentations and workshops and a one-day field trip.
Find out more here, including how to submit your abstract: https://rana2019.com/

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4/06/2019 - 6/06/2019

International Symposia on Ranaviruses

The Global Ranavirus Consortium organizes biennial International Symposia on Ranaviruses to facilitate communication between the diverse and international group of researchers and professionals that work on all aspects of ranavirus biology. The symposia are interactive and productive, and generally held in conjunction with other professional meetings. See past symposia pages for more information! This year’s symposia will be hosted by James Cook University. There will be two days of presentations and workshops and a one-day field trip.
Find out more here, including how to submit your abstract: https://rana2019.com/

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4/06/2019 - 6/06/2019

International Symposia on Ranaviruses

The Global Ranavirus Consortium organizes biennial International Symposia on Ranaviruses to facilitate communication between the diverse and international group of researchers and professionals that work on all aspects of ranavirus biology. The symposia are interactive and productive, and generally held in conjunction with other professional meetings. See past symposia pages for more information! This year’s symposia will be hosted by James Cook University. There will be two days of presentations and workshops and a one-day field trip.
Find out more here, including how to submit your abstract: https://rana2019.com/

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International Symposia on Ranaviruses

4-6 June 2019, Townsville, Qld

The Global Ranavirus Consortium organizes biennial International Symposia on Ranaviruses to facilitate communication between the diverse and international group of researchers and professionals that work on all aspects of ranavirus biology. The symposia are interactive and productive, and generally held in conjunction with other professional meetings. See past symposia pages for more information! This year’s symposia will be hosted by James Cook University. There will be two days of presentations and workshops and a one-day field trip.
Find out more here, including how to submit your abstract: https://rana2019.com/

4/06/2019 - 6/06/2019/Author: Silvia Ban/Number of views (61)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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2019 Australian Biosecurity Symposium

12-13 June 2019; Gold Coast, Qld

“Animal Health Australia, the Invasive Species Council and the Centre for Invasive Species Solutions are excited to announce the inaugural 2019 Australian Biosecurity Symposium to be held 12-13 June on the Gold Coast, QLD.
The Symposium theme is preventative biosecurity practices and will focus on research and innovation, outside-of-the-box thinking and the exchange of knowledge and ideas across the biosecurity collective – agriculture (animals and plants), pest animals, weeds, wildlife, aquatics and the environment.
The Symposium will bring an unprecedented opportunity to influence the direction of Australia’s future biosecurity system, network, develop new concepts, share and test ideas, build new partnerships and engage in challenging discussions that stimulate debate and energy – we hope you will be a part of it!”
12/06/2019 - 13/06/2019/Author: Silvia Ban/Number of views (46)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Australian Mammal Society Scientific Meeting

7-11 July 2019; Sydney, NSW

The 65th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australian Mammal Society (and Koala Research Symposium) will be held at the University of Sydney from 7 – 10th July 2019. AMS will also be hosting an additional day on 11 July, to provide an opportunity to share research specific to Koalas and their conservation. The main sessions on Monday through Wednesday and the Koala day on Thursday will be held in the Veterinary Conference Centre.
Find out more here: https://australianmammals.org.au/conferences/conference-2019
7/07/2019 - 11/07/2019/Author: Silvia Ban/Number of views (61)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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ASMA 2019 - Marine Science for a Blue Economy

7-11 July 2019; Perth, WA

“…. AMSA (www.amsa.asn.au) is Australia’s peak professional marine science body with nearly 1000 members from around Australia. We are proud to be at the forefront of marine science in Australia, and our annual conferences allow us to showcase cutting edge research from leaders in the field while strengthening the network and collaboration between marine scientists.
The theme of AMSA 2019 is “Marine Science for a Blue Economy”. The theme focuses on science that will contribute to safeguarding the health of our oceans and marine life while also sustaining the economic and societal benefits that accompany a growing nation. Invited national and international plenary speakers will impart their knowledge relating to the blue economy, and symposia topics will be inclusive of a wide range of disciplines including the critical blue economy challenges outlined in Australia’s National Marine Science Plan. The theme, and the conference itself, is an exciting venture that will help facilitate and foster collaborative partnerships between industry and marine science researchers well into the future….”
Find out more here: http://amsa19.amsa.asn.au
7/07/2019 - 11/07/2019/Author: Silvia Ban/Number of views (57)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Wildlife Disease Association – Australasian Section Conference

29 September – 4 October 2019, Tasmania

The next Wildlife Disease Association Australasia (WDA-A) conference will be held at Gumleaves Bush Holidays in Little Swanport, Tasmania from the 29 September until the 4 October 2019.
Registration to open in mid-late April - Watch this space!
29/09/2019 - 4/10/2019/Author: Silvia Ban/Number of views (66)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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