Integrating Innovative Approaches for Competitive and Sustainable Performance across the Mediterranean Aquaculture Value Chain

Training

Advanced Training Course "Diagnostics and Prevention for Fish Parasite Control in Aquaculture"

The International Centre for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies (CIHEAM), through the Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Zaragoza (IAMZ), and the EU H2020 RIA project ParaFishControl, with the collaboration of the EU H2020 RIA projects PerformFISH and MedAID, and of the University of Zaragoza, through the Faculty of Veterinary Science, are organising the Advanced Training Course “Diagnostics and Prevention for Fish Parasite Control in Aquaculture”.

The general objective of the course is to provide integrated information on fish parasites affecting marine and freshwater fish farming in the Mediterranean region, focusing on the most recent knowledge of the main parasitic diseases, diagnostic methods, disease assessment and preventive and control measures.

For more information and registration check the training course brochure below:

  1. English: Download brochure
  2. Spanish: Download brochure
  3. French: Download brochure

Training in PerformFISH

Increasing capacity building for the Mediterranean aquaculture sector through training is one of the core activities of PerformFISH. The training carried out by RDI performers or industry in PerformFISH is improving the professional skills and competence of those working and training within the blue economy. Lisen Li is one of the young researchers working on the project.

Lisen Li has an MSc in Aquaculture from Shanghai Ocean University (SHOU), Shanghai, China and is registered for a PhD at the Universidade do Algarve, Faro, Portugal working with P10, CCMAR. Lisen’s PhD is directed at understanding how Gilthead sea bream and European sea bass egg quality affects larval and juvenile quality. The outcomes of his work will be translated to industry, providing additional management tools for egg quality monitoring. Lisen started his project in March 2018.

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