Free submission to "Fish Pathology"
Page charge for publication in "Fish Pathology" is abolished from the current issue. Submission to "Fish Pathology" has become free of charge.
On-line access to articles in "Fish Pathology"
Although PDF files of articles in "Fish Pathology" can be obtained from J-Stage (http://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/browse/jsfp/-char/ja/), online access to new issues of "Fish Pathology" has been closed to anyone including society members for one year after publication. However, on-line access will become open to society members almost at the same time of publication from Vol. 45, issue 1. Detailed information for the on-line access will be announced in Vol. 45, issue 1.
Archival PDF files of "Fish Pathology"
PFD files of all issues of "Fish Pathology" from Vol. 1 to Vol. 40 have become available from J Stage (Journal archive http://www.journalarchive.jst.go.jp/english/jnltop_en.php?cdjournal=jsfp1966).
6th International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health (ISAAH-6)
Hosted by the American Fisheries Society - Fish Health Section
Tampa, Florida, USA
5- 9 September 2010
The 6th International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health will be held at the beautiful Marriott Waterside Hotel, in Tampa, Florida. The symposium provides a forum for presentation of research, management, and policy issues related to the health of a broad range of aquatic animals, including wild, farmed and exhibited species. Four days of scientific sessions include plenary lectures, special topic sessions, oral presentations, a dedicated half-day poster session, a student workshop, and a diagnostic challenges session.
Previous international symposia on aquatic animal health have attracted up to 425 participants from 35 countries. Numerous national and international aquatic animal health organizations, including the Japanese Society of Fish Pathology, will support, and will contribute to, ISAAH-6.
Tampa is a great city with an excellent international airport. Base hotel room rates are $129 USD, single or double, for September 1-12. Registration, abstract submission, travel grant applications, and hotel reservations, will be available spring 2010. We look forward to seeing you there!
For more information, visit the symposium webpage:
or contact the symposium organizers: Dr. Andrew Kane (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Dr. Sarah Poynton (email@example.com)