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B1023 Gomes - Prawn Dz Surveillance Mgmt.

B1023 Gomes - Prawn Dz Surveillance Mgmt.

B1023 Gomes - Prawn Dz Surveillance Mgmt.

Giana Bastos Gomes BVM, MVM, CertAqV, PhD candidate
Giana Bastos Gomes BVM, MVM, CertAqV, PhD candidate
on behalf of World Aquatic Veterinary Medical Association

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Launch date: 14 May 2016

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Last updated: 12 Oct 2017

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Description

This webinar will provide information on the economic importance of prawn/shrimp farming and different farm and hatchery systems, and health management programs. It will also cover the importance of disease surveillance in aquaculture and general wet-mount health check technique for farmed prawn/shrimp.

Objectives

Participants will understand:
1. Prawn/shrimp biology and economic importance of prawn/shrimp farming;
2. How to assess prawn/shrimp health status on farm and in hatcheries; and,
3. The main diseases affecting farmed prawns/shrimp.
Giana Bastos Gomes BVM, MVM, CertAqV, PhD candidate

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Giana Bastos Gomes BVM, MVM, CertAqV, PhD candidate
on behalf of World Aquatic Veterinary Medical Association

Dr. Giana Bastos Gomes is a veterinarian who graduated from Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco in 2003. In the same year she started working on the largest prawn/shrimp hatchery from Brazil (Aquatec). Her MSc work dealt with prawn diseases caused by intracellular bacteria, and she is pursuing a PhD on developing new tools for early detection of ciliate parasites in farmed barramundi from tropical Australia, at James Cook University. She also works as part of The Fish Vet team covering prawn and fish farms from Queensland, and recently won the “2016 Science and Innovation Awards” and the “2016 Minister’s Award” which recognises the best emerging young talent in rural Australian industries.

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