Registration for the 2015 TriNation meeting now open!

The registration for this years meeting in Dublin, June 3rd-4th, is now open. Please go to the Upcoming events page to register, or follow this link: Registration (Registration is at the bottom of the page).

Remember to register for both days and the dinner on June 3rd, if you would like to participate in this.

The registration will close on May 13th, or when the maximum number of participants (100) have been reached.

Call for scientific presentations for the 2015 TriNation meeting

For the 2015 TriNation meeting, we invite scientists to submit presentations on current research updates on PD, CMS or HSMI. Research within the areas of fish health economics or co-infections are encouraged, but all new and relevant research regarding the three diseases and their agents are welcome.

If you are interested in giving a presentation, please forward a title, name and affiliation of presenter and a short description of the topic (3-5 lines), including a brief summary of the practical implications of the findings. The presentation should be applicable and focused towards solutions for the industry. Please keep in mind that this is not a scientific conference only for researchers! Go to the Events page for more information.

Proposals should be sent to britt-bang.jensen @ (remove all spaces before mailing). Deadline for submission is April 29th.

In case more presentations are submitted than can be accommodated in the program, the steering committee will choose those that fit the program best between the submitted presentations for oral presentations, and the rest will be offered to give a poster instead.

2015 TriNation meeting -Preliminary program

The preliminary program for the 2015 TriNation meeting looks like this:

1st day: June 3rd

Morning:        Welcome & Situation updates

Industry perspectives

Afternoon:     Workshops (To be announced)

Summing up from day 1

2nd day: June 4th

Morning:        New research

Afternoon:     Expert panel with discussions

New research continued

Summing up from 2015 TriNation meeting