May 24 - 26, 2016
If you are interested in our zebrafish workshop or want to register.
Zebrafish Online Course
If you are interested in our zebrafish online course or want more information.
Earning our stripes and making a
splash with ZEBRAFISH!
Presenting a new online course and hands-on workshop
for zebrafish husbandry education. Developed by world
experts in zebrafish husbandry, research, and laboratory
animal management, the curricula include:
- Individual access to the four topic modules: Module I:
Water Quality, Module II: Systems and Filtration,
Module III: Colony Management and Nutrition,
and Module IV: Compliance, Facilities and Disease
- Over 30 lessons; each lesson is scripted and presented
by an aquaculture specialist and contains an online quiz
to test knowledge
- 100% of the content in each lesson is created by a
group of world experts and peer reviewed for accuracy
- Each lesson contains the most up-to-date information
available and will be updated annually
- The three-day hands-on workshop will allow participants
to gain experience in water quality management, systems
maintenance, troubleshooting systems, husbandry
techniques, breeding, larviculture, live food production
and enrichment, and emergency procedures.
Our Zfish Room:
What's A Zebrafish?
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The Zebrafish Husbandry Education
Curriculum Group Is: (in alphabetical order)
Jeff Barry, BS (UAB), Samuel Cartner, DVM, Ph.D. (UAB),
Daniel Castranova, MS Aquatic (NIH Charles River Laboratories),
Brendan Delbos, MS (Aquaneering Inc.) Susan Farmer,
DVM, Ph.D. (UAB), Hugh Hammer, Ph.D. (Gadsden State
Community College), Eric Henry, Ph.D. (Reed Mariculture
Inc), Eric Herbst, MS (Aquatic Habitats Inc.), Brandie Hiser AS
(Gadsden State Community College), Christian Lawrence, MS
(Boston Children's Hospital), Christine Lieggi, DVM, DACLAM.
(Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Institute), Kayla McCoy,
MS (Gadsden State Community College), Mickie Powell,
Ph.D. (UAB), George Sanders, DVM, MS (University of
Washington School Of Medicine), Erik Sanders, MS (Washington
University School of Medicine), Joe Sillitti, BS (Aquatic
Solutions, Tecniplast), Bill Trevarrow, Ph.D. (Thoren Aquatics
Systems, Inc., Eugene Research Aquatics LLC.),
Stephen Watts, Ph.D. (UAB)