The University of Georgia is hosting their 2nd Annual Conservation Medicine, One Health, & Wildlife Diseases Student Workshop on November 6-7, 2020. The purpose of this workshop is to provide beginner through advanced content on those fields to a variety of students. Click here for additional event details including how to register.
The American Fisheries Society (AFS) and The Wildlife Society (TWS) are hosting a joint annual conference in Reno, NV from September 29 – October 3, 2019. Visit https://afstws2019.org/ for more information.
Seats are also still available in the Keepin’ It Clean: Biosecurity & Biosafety for Biologists and Scientists workshop co-sponsored by the WDWG and the Fish Health Section of AFS. The workshop will be held on Sunday, September 29 from 1-5pm. Featuring a mix of interactive components, lectures, and demonstrations, participants will learn best management practices for biosecurity and biosafety that can be incorporated into everyday work to help safeguard both human and wildlife health. The instructors are fish and wildlife health professionals in state, federal, tribal, and academic institutions and are eager to share their expertise as well as help address specific questions and concerns raised by participants. Visit https://afstws2019.org/sessions/keepin-it-clean-biosecurity-biosafety-for-biologists-and-scientists/ for more details.
Registration is open for the student workshop on Conservation Medicine, One Health, & Wildlife Diseases at the University of Georgia from November 2-4, 2018. Click here for more information.