IAAAM 2009
Craig A. Harms

The International Association for Aquatic Animal Medicine is dedicated to advancing the art and science of aquatic animal medicine and health. This conference provides an important mechanism for the free exchange of knowledge, which will lead to the improvement of health care and husbandry of domesticated aquatic animals and the proper management of wild aquatic animal resources. All who work with and care for aquatic animals are indebted to those who have given so freely of their time and talent to present these abstracts and manuscripts at this conference, so that we may share and increase our knowledge and understanding of aquatic animal medicine and health.

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Continuing Education

Continuing education co-sponsored by the American College of Zoological Medicine


Speaker Information
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Craig A. Harms
Environmental Medicine Consortium and Department of Clinical Sciences
College of Veterinary Medicine
Center for Marine Sciences and Technology, North Carolina State University
Morehead City, NC, USA

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