Welcome to the 47th Annual IAAAM Conference hosted by the Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center. Thanks to Mark Swingle, Director of Research & Conservation at VAMSC, we will open the meeting with much-anticipated reports on the effects of the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill on sea turtles and marine mammals by Keynote Speakers Dr. Cynthia Smith and Dr. Brian Stacy. The four days that follow will be filled with interesting and important presentations from your colleagues and fellow IAAAM members relating to our Constitutional Objective "to advance the art and science of aquatic animal medicine and health and promote the free exchange of knowledge in the interest of improving the health care and husbandry of aquatic animals held in human care and the proper conservation and management of aquatic animal resources in the wild". This year we have 103 oral presentations and 33 posters plus opportunities to exchange information at the pre-conference AQUAVET 40th-anniversary meeting, our Conundrums session, Student Workshop, six excellent post-conference workshops and our many social gatherings.
Program Chair and IAAAM President-Elect
Paul D. Pion, DVM, DACVIM
President, Veterinary Information Network
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