DrQ to be a speaker at the 7th International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health!

Brutus the koi fishAquatic veterinarians, researchers, and fish health experts from around the world are preparing the 7th International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health (ISAAH-7) in Portland, Oregon (August 31 – September 4, 2014).  The ISAAH is a much anticipated gathering of international fish health professionals, occurring every 4 years. 

The 2014 ISAAH promises to combine intellectual stimulation among international fish health professionals.

 It is an honor and privilege to be invited to share knowledge at such a meeting of fish health minds!  If you are in the area at the time, let’s connect! – DrQ

2 thoughts on "DrQ to be a speaker at the 7th International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health!"

John Pitcher says:

Wow Jena!! Just read more on the event & had no idea & didn’t realize how big & how much of a big event this is going to be!!!!! Wow!! & I’m sure it’s quite a honor & privildge(sp?) for you to tend, little lone to be invited to be a speaker for the ISAAH!! I’m even MORE! EXCITTED for you! Maybe a tinnie tiny bit more excited than you’ve been!??!! (no, probably not? but Wow Jena! ) This sounds & is a good example(& just 1 good example too I’m sure) of the purpose(s) & reasons for you & your profession & for the things that are important w/ priorities for you hand in hand w/ what you been building, growing & fulfilling for yourself & your importance for such things, committing your life to/for for such events as this one!!! This is a good life time experience & event for you to be involved w/ & to be a part of it all!!!! & YES! U did it once again 2 me! You never cease to amaze me!!! Wow! I’m like totally exstatic(sp?) & ear t ear for U thinking & hearing about this & your involvements in society!! Very proud of you! (once again!! And?? What all ELSE??? do you have up your sleeve & in store for us next or still to come!??!?!!! Curious minds want to know! 🙂 🙂 😛 I chose the posts in emails to follow up!! 🙂

Dr. Q says:

Thanks John! I always appreciate you and Bo and all your support!

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