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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30/04/2017 - 4/05/2017

International Conference on Animal Health Surveillance (ICAHS)

The theme of ICAHS3 is 'Beyond animal health surveillance'
As with the previous conferences, ICAHS3 will focus on the interfaces between the science, policy and applications of health surveillance.
We intend to further emphasize integration of surveillance in the animal, human and environmental health domains. This requires input from multiple disciplines, including risk perception and communication, economics, quantitative analysis and modelling, information technology, and social sciences. Examples of topics include the growing concerns about antimicrobial resistance in human and animal populations; new diagnostic technologies, which are opening up exciting prospects for surveillance, whether it's in public health, animal health or the ecosystem domain; or the advent of 'big data', data mining and warehousing.
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30/04/2017 - 4/05/2017

International Conference on Animal Health Surveillance (ICAHS)

The theme of ICAHS3 is 'Beyond animal health surveillance'
As with the previous conferences, ICAHS3 will focus on the interfaces between the science, policy and applications of health surveillance.
We intend to further emphasize integration of surveillance in the animal, human and environmental health domains. This requires input from multiple disciplines, including risk perception and communication, economics, quantitative analysis and modelling, information technology, and social sciences. Examples of topics include the growing concerns about antimicrobial resistance in human and animal populations; new diagnostic technologies, which are opening up exciting prospects for surveillance, whether it's in public health, animal health or the ecosystem domain; or the advent of 'big data', data mining and warehousing.
Click here>> for more information
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30/04/2017 - 4/05/2017

International Conference on Animal Health Surveillance (ICAHS)

The theme of ICAHS3 is 'Beyond animal health surveillance'
As with the previous conferences, ICAHS3 will focus on the interfaces between the science, policy and applications of health surveillance.
We intend to further emphasize integration of surveillance in the animal, human and environmental health domains. This requires input from multiple disciplines, including risk perception and communication, economics, quantitative analysis and modelling, information technology, and social sciences. Examples of topics include the growing concerns about antimicrobial resistance in human and animal populations; new diagnostic technologies, which are opening up exciting prospects for surveillance, whether it's in public health, animal health or the ecosystem domain; or the advent of 'big data', data mining and warehousing.
Click here>> for more information
Read more
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30/04/2017 - 4/05/2017

International Conference on Animal Health Surveillance (ICAHS)

The theme of ICAHS3 is 'Beyond animal health surveillance'
As with the previous conferences, ICAHS3 will focus on the interfaces between the science, policy and applications of health surveillance.
We intend to further emphasize integration of surveillance in the animal, human and environmental health domains. This requires input from multiple disciplines, including risk perception and communication, economics, quantitative analysis and modelling, information technology, and social sciences. Examples of topics include the growing concerns about antimicrobial resistance in human and animal populations; new diagnostic technologies, which are opening up exciting prospects for surveillance, whether it's in public health, animal health or the ecosystem domain; or the advent of 'big data', data mining and warehousing.
Click here>> for more information
Read more
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30/04/2017 - 4/05/2017

International Conference on Animal Health Surveillance (ICAHS)

The theme of ICAHS3 is 'Beyond animal health surveillance'
As with the previous conferences, ICAHS3 will focus on the interfaces between the science, policy and applications of health surveillance.
We intend to further emphasize integration of surveillance in the animal, human and environmental health domains. This requires input from multiple disciplines, including risk perception and communication, economics, quantitative analysis and modelling, information technology, and social sciences. Examples of topics include the growing concerns about antimicrobial resistance in human and animal populations; new diagnostic technologies, which are opening up exciting prospects for surveillance, whether it's in public health, animal health or the ecosystem domain; or the advent of 'big data', data mining and warehousing.
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24/05/2017 - 27/05/2017

The Zoo and Wildlife Health Conference 2017

The “International Conference on Diseases of Zoo and Wild Animals” continues as “The Zoo and Wildlife Health Conference“ 
Click here>> for more information 
Online registration is now open. Click here>> to register 
Online registration will close on May 18th, 2017
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24/05/2017 - 27/05/2017

The Zoo and Wildlife Health Conference 2017

The “International Conference on Diseases of Zoo and Wild Animals” continues as “The Zoo and Wildlife Health Conference“ 
Click here>> for more information 
Online registration is now open. Click here>> to register 
Online registration will close on May 18th, 2017
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24/05/2017 - 27/05/2017

The Zoo and Wildlife Health Conference 2017

The “International Conference on Diseases of Zoo and Wild Animals” continues as “The Zoo and Wildlife Health Conference“ 
Click here>> for more information 
Online registration is now open. Click here>> to register 
Online registration will close on May 18th, 2017
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24/05/2017 - 27/05/2017

The Zoo and Wildlife Health Conference 2017

The “International Conference on Diseases of Zoo and Wild Animals” continues as “The Zoo and Wildlife Health Conference“ 
Click here>> for more information 
Online registration is now open. Click here>> to register 
Online registration will close on May 18th, 2017
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2/06/2017 - 4/06/2017

2nd National Koala Conference

Registration and calling for speakers early 2017
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Click here>> for details on the Hello Koalas Festival
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2/06/2017 - 4/06/2017

2nd National Koala Conference

Registration and calling for speakers early 2017
Click here>> to see the flyer
Click here>> for details on the Hello Koalas Festival
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2/06/2017 - 4/06/2017

2nd National Koala Conference

Registration and calling for speakers early 2017
Click here>> to see the flyer
Click here>> for details on the Hello Koalas Festival
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Events

2nd National Koala Conference

Save the date: 2-4 June 2017 - Port Macquarie; NSW

Registration and calling for speakers early 2017
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Click here>> for details on the Hello Koalas Festival
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Workshop: Diagnosis of emergency and exotic wildlife diseases of relevance to Australia

Friday 9 June 2017, 9.30am-4.15pm; Australian Veterinary Conservation Biology (AVCB) and Wildlife Health Australia (WHA)

As part of the AVA Conference, this one day workshop will provide veterinarians and veterinary students with information regarding the process for diagnosis and confirmation of diagnosis of emergency and exotic wildlife diseases of relevance to Australia. It will explain Australia’s wildlife health system, discuss important diseases, and the collection of samples for submission. It will also discuss Australia’s emergency animal disease response arrangements and how wildlife fits in as well as covering potential exotic disease events.
Click here>> for more information on the AVA conference workshops
Click here>> to view the AVA Conference webpage
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2nd International Symposium on Infectious Diseases of Bats

June 29 - July 1, 2017; University Center for the Arts Colorado State University Fort Collins, Colorado

This symposium will focus on the relationships of bats and the infectious agents for which they serve as hosts, the zoonotic cycles and ecology of bat-borne infectious agents, the molecular mechanisms of immune evasion and pathogenesis, and the clinical manifestations of human, wildlife and veterinary diseases caused by infectious agents transmitted by bats.
Additional information will be provided in November, 2016.
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12th International Mammalogical Congress

9 – 14 July 2017; Perth, Western Australia

On behalf of the International Federation of Mammalogists and the Australian Mammal Society Inc., the Organising Committee is pleased to invite you to attend the 12th International Mammalogical Congress, to be held in July 2017 in a unique part of the world: Perth, in Australia’s southwest.
The International Mammalogical Congress is the premier international mammal conference, sponsored every four years by the IFM. It provides an important forum for professional mammalogists wishing to remain Wallabyupdated on the latest marine and terrestrial mammal conservation topics, research concepts and techniques. IMC12 will bring together the diverse global community of professionals and students in the field of mammalian biology and facilitate collaboration through our international network of practitioners.
Click here>> to find out more on the Conference website
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International Congress for Conservation Biology

23-27 July 2017 - Cartagena; Colombia

ICCB 2017 theme: Insights for sustaining life on Earth 
This years themes is a response to the need for conservation science to help create a better tomorrow for both biodiversity and people who depend upon it.  
Abstracts close 6 February 2017
Registration to open in February 2017
Click here>> to visit the conference website
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