The Japanese Society of Fish Pathology
The Japanese Society of Fish Pathology

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The society aims to advance the study of fish pathology and the dissemination of knowledge specific to fish and shellfish diseases. This is promoted through its annual meetings and symposia; supported by the publication of its internationally renowned official society journal "Fish Pathology". The activities of the society cover a wide spectrum of basic and applied fish pathology, providing privileged information to fish pathologists worldwide.

Brief history
1966: The Japanese Society of Fish Pathology (formerly The Japan Research Group of Fish Pathology) was founded, and started issuing the quarterly academic journal "Fish Pathology". This journal is the oldest of its kind and keeps providing many significant and important data on fish diseases of the world.
2009: Fish Pathology, volume 44 has been issued.

Recent symposia
The Society committee also holds national symposia on a regular basis, dealing with topics of fish and shellfish pathology.
1999: New diseases of shellfishes (Sendai).
2001: Development of fish vaccines in Japan (Tokyo).
2008: The 5th International Symposium of the Japanese Society for Fish Pathology

Future subjects
1. Fish farming officer corresponding with HACCP and fish disease.
2. Supply of fish with high quality and safety to consumers.
3. Fish farming considering the environment impact and conservation.

All persons interested in the society and its objectives are welcome to apply and should contact the Exhibition Technologies. Inc., Akasaka DS Bld., 8-5-26 Akasaka, Minato-Ku, Tokyo 107-0052, Japan.
Annual fee: 8,000 JapaneseYen for foreign members.

Society office
Department of Aquatic Biosciences, Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Yayoi 1-1-1, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-8657, Japan

Society officer (Apr/2009 to Mar/2011)
President: K. Ogawa
Vice President: N. Okamoto

Editorial Board (Apr/2009 to Mar/2011)
Editor in chief: T. Nakai
Managing editor: M. Sano

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