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.

You can use the Calendar to search events by month or use the Categories listed below to navigate events by region or year. After filtering or selecting an event, scroll down to the bottom pane to the view the event description (including web-links).

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International Symposia on Ranaviruses

The Global Ranavirus Consortium organizes biennial International Symposia on Ranaviruses to facilitate communication between the diverse and international group of researchers and professionals that work on all aspects of ranavirus biology. The symposia are interactive and productive, and generally held in conjunction with other professional meetings. See past symposia pages for more information! This year’s symposia will be hosted by James Cook University. There will be two days of presentations and workshops and a one-day field trip.
Find out more here, including how to submit your abstract: https://rana2019.com/

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4/06/2019 - 6/06/2019

International Symposia on Ranaviruses

The Global Ranavirus Consortium organizes biennial International Symposia on Ranaviruses to facilitate communication between the diverse and international group of researchers and professionals that work on all aspects of ranavirus biology. The symposia are interactive and productive, and generally held in conjunction with other professional meetings. See past symposia pages for more information! This year’s symposia will be hosted by James Cook University. There will be two days of presentations and workshops and a one-day field trip.
Find out more here, including how to submit your abstract: https://rana2019.com/

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4/06/2019 - 6/06/2019

International Symposia on Ranaviruses

The Global Ranavirus Consortium organizes biennial International Symposia on Ranaviruses to facilitate communication between the diverse and international group of researchers and professionals that work on all aspects of ranavirus biology. The symposia are interactive and productive, and generally held in conjunction with other professional meetings. See past symposia pages for more information! This year’s symposia will be hosted by James Cook University. There will be two days of presentations and workshops and a one-day field trip.
Find out more here, including how to submit your abstract: https://rana2019.com/

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2019 Australian Biosecurity Symposium

“Animal Health Australia, the Invasive Species Council and the Centre for Invasive Species Solutions are excited to announce the inaugural 2019 Australian Biosecurity Symposium to be held 12-13 June on the Gold Coast, QLD.
The Symposium theme is preventative biosecurity practices and will focus on research and innovation, outside-of-the-box thinking and the exchange of knowledge and ideas across the biosecurity collective – agriculture (animals and plants), pest animals, weeds, wildlife, aquatics and the environment.
The Symposium will bring an unprecedented opportunity to influence the direction of Australia’s future biosecurity system, network, develop new concepts, share and test ideas, build new partnerships and engage in challenging discussions that stimulate debate and energy – we hope you will be a part of it!”
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12/06/2019 - 13/06/2019

2019 Australian Biosecurity Symposium

“Animal Health Australia, the Invasive Species Council and the Centre for Invasive Species Solutions are excited to announce the inaugural 2019 Australian Biosecurity Symposium to be held 12-13 June on the Gold Coast, QLD.
The Symposium theme is preventative biosecurity practices and will focus on research and innovation, outside-of-the-box thinking and the exchange of knowledge and ideas across the biosecurity collective – agriculture (animals and plants), pest animals, weeds, wildlife, aquatics and the environment.
The Symposium will bring an unprecedented opportunity to influence the direction of Australia’s future biosecurity system, network, develop new concepts, share and test ideas, build new partnerships and engage in challenging discussions that stimulate debate and energy – we hope you will be a part of it!”
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Events

Developing diagnostic tools for pteropid bat serology

AB-CRC Postgraduate project: Antonio Di Rubbo

This project's aim was to generate pteropid-specific immunological reagents, of which none currently exist, for the development of both serological tests and the detection of cell-mediated immune (CMI) responses. The isolation and characterisation of pteropid bat IgM and IgG, and the production of monospecific polyclonal antibodies to these immunoglobulins, will facilitate the development of serological tests.

The AB-CRC Project has been completed. Link to PhD Thesis information on University of Queensland website >>

Tuesday, 17 January 2006/Author: Rupert Woods/Number of views (3509)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Supplement of Avian Influenza in Wild Birds

Journal of Wildlife Disease

Journal of Wildlife Disease had a special supplement dedicated to avian influenza in wild birds in 2007. Follow link to view Table of Contents >> 


Friday, 25 May 2007/Author: Tiggy Grillo/Number of views (3362)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Friday, 19 October 2007/Author: Tiggy Grillo/Number of views (2601)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Wildlife Incident Submission Form

A Wildlife Incident Submission Form has been developed to ensure consistent information is obtained at or during wildlife incidents. The Submission Form can be downloaded from the AWHN web page Report an Incident >> 

Note: The form has been endorsed for use by the Australia's Animal Health Committee (AHC) however does not replace any State/Territory DPI (Department of Primary Industry) pathology forms.
Friday, 26 October 2007/Author: Tiggy Grillo/Number of views (3264)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Health and Safety Information for Marine Mammal Workers

Wildlife Health Center, UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine

"Many species of marine mammals can be infected with, or be healthy carriers of, bacterial, fungal and viral organisms which are known zoonotic pathogens. The risk of acquiring diseases from marine mammals differs as humans interact with marine mammals under different circumstances, such as commercial fishing, subsistence harvesting, scientific activities, wildlife rehabilitation, and animal training..." This resources provides information on recent findings on zoonotic disease, health risks to people who work with marine mammals, discusses occupational health and safety and a table of documented zoonotic diseases.

Follow link to Health and Safety Information  for Marine Mammal Workers >>

Sunday, 21 December 2008/Author: Tiggy Grillo/Number of views (4030)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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