• 9th International Symposium
    on Fish Parasites

    31 August – 4 September 2015

    Valencia, Spain

  • 9th International Symposium
    on Fish Parasites

    31 August – 4 September 2015

    Valencia, Spain

  • 9th International Symposium
    on Fish Parasites

    31 August – 4 September 2015

    Valencia, Spain

  • 9th International Symposium
    on Fish Parasites

    31 August – 4 September 2015

    Valencia, Spain

  • 9th International Symposium
    on Fish Parasites

    31 August – 4 September 2015

    Valencia, Spain

  • 9th International Symposium
    on Fish Parasites

    31 August – 4 September 2015

    Valencia, Spain

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Registration
PLEASE BE AWARE THAT ABSTRACTS WITHOUT CONFIRMED PAYMENT IN DUE TIME WILL BE REMOVED FROM THE SYSTEM IN ORDER TO AVOID "NON-SHOW UPS".

Registration period is closed. If you are interested in participating at the Symposium please contact with the technical secretariat of the 9ISFP Symposium:

Technical secretariat will be closed from 1st – 23th of August. Your petitions will be attended from 24th of August.

  • 1
    Researcher/ Academic Early Bird Registration
    Registration period: From 24-02-2015 to 1-06-2015
    Price: € 350.00*
  • 2
    Researcher/ Academic Regular Registration
    Registration period: From 2-06-2015 to 20-07-2015
    Price: € 450.00*
  • 3
    Undergraduate and Postgraduate student Regular Registration
    Registration period: From 2-06-2015 to 20-07-2015
    A Proof of student status (certificate of the institution or supervisor letter) needs to be provided . Please email the document to ana.serrano@adeituv.es
    Price: € 225.00*
  • 4
    Undergraduate and Postgraduate student Early Bird Registration
    Registration period: From 24-02-2015 to 1-06-2015
    A Proof of student status (certificate of the institution or supervisor letter) needs to be provided . Please email the document to ana.serrano@adeituv.es
    Price: € 175.00*
Registration cancellation

Cancellation deadline: 15 July, 2015
Total to be refunded: 90.00%

“By no means shall the Organizers be held liable, either directly or indirectly, for any problematic issue that may occur within the framework of the Conference and its organisation, not only with respect to the organisers but also with respect to third parties (airline companies, hotels, transportation, taxis, etc.) while in the performance of duties or services even indirectly related to the Conference.

This contractual liability exemption clause is equally valid in case of an event of force majeure which leads to the disruption and/or the partial or complete cancellation of the Conference programme, for reasons not attributable to Organizers. An event of force majeure is defined as an unforeseen and exceptional event – be it climatic, environmental, political or socio-economic – and does not imply any limitation.

Furthermore, the delegate also expressly agrees to totally absolve the Organizers from any responsibility and liability with regard to travel insurance and related costs or claims. It is solely up to the individual to seek out and purchase or otherwise obtain the necessary insurance with regards to his/her travel, etc. and/or to independently issue a claim against any third party that may be responsible for direct or indirect losses or damages caused to or suffered by the delegate en route to and from the Conference.”

Extra services
1. Visit to the Valencia Aquarium: the Oceanografic (Thursday evening, 3rd of September 2015)
The Oceanografic of the City of Arts and Sciences is the largest aquarium in Europe and contains representatives of the world’s main marine ecosystems. Each building is identified with the following aquatic environments: the Mediterranean, Wetlands, Temperate and Tropical Seas, Oceans, the Antarctic, the Arctic, Islands, and the Red Sea, as well as the Dolphinarium (see link).

During their route through the various installations, visitors can get to know at first hand the behaviour and way of life of over 45,000 individuals of 500 different species: dolphins, belugas, walruses, sea lions, seals, penguins, turtles, sharks, rays, sawfish, jellyfish, starfish, sea urchins, and crustaceans of all kinds of marine fauna, as well as wetland bird species such as those inhabiting the Albufera lagoon and tropical mangrove swamps.
Package price: Free
2. Technical visit to the Valencia Aquarium: the Oceanografic (Friday evening, 4th of September 2015) sold out!
The Oceanografic of the City of Arts and Sciences is the largest aquarium in Europe and contains representatives of the world’s main marine ecosystems (see link).

Intended for people that would like to learn about the park from another perspective and learn what’s behind the aquariums and how the facilities function.

The technical visit will take place in two of the technical installations of the Oceanografic. Attendees can visit the wildlife rehabilitation area, where the sea turtles are treated in the aquarium at different stages of recovery. We will also visit the research and fish quarantine departments. In this latest installment you may know, in addition to the installation itself, the protocols for fish just reaching to Oceanografic facilities and for ill resident fish that must be treated and controlled further.

FOR MAXIMUM 80 PEOPLE (on first come, first serve basis)
Package price: Free
3. Visit a unique Wetland Ecosystem: Albufera lagoon (Saturday morning, 5th September, 2015)
The Albufera freshwater lagoon is one of the most important nature areas in the Land of Valencia. A slim strip of coastline protects it from the sea, and on this strip of land, sand dunes have formed, plus a curious Mediterranean pine forest growing in sandy soil with rich shrubbery
(see link).

Three canals (two natural and a third man-made), connect the lagoon and surrounding wetlands with the sea, and each has its own characteristic flora and fauna. La Albufera is an important stopover point for migratory birds and a nesting area for resident birds. Part of the route will be on small boats. Sunscreen and comfortable clothing are recommended. Lunch will be served at a local restaurant.
Transport will be included. 08:30 - 17:00h.
FOR MAXIMUM 55 PEOPLE (on first come, first serve basis)
Package price: € 45.00*
A. ACCOMPANYING PERSON
Accompanying Person Fee Includes: Welcome Reception
Coffee-Breaks and Lunch during the Symposium
Entertainment activities

Package price: € 120.00*
B. GALA DINNER Last items!
Package price: € 70.00*
C. WORKSHOP - The biodiversity of trematodes of fishes (Monday, 31th of August 2015, from 9 am to 13h (Before 9ISFP) sold out!
See link.
Responsible: T. Cribb
FOR MAXIMUM 130 PEOPLE (on first come, first serve basis)
Package price: Free
D. WORKSHOP - Epidemiology, prophylaxis and control of parasites in aquaculture (Monday, 31th of August 2015, from 9 am to 13h (Before 9ISFP)
See link.
Responsible: F.E. Montero & B. Nowak
FOR MAXIMUM 225 PEOPLE (on first come, first serve basis)
Package price: Free
E. WORKSHOP - Myxozoa (during 9ISFP sessions)
See link.
Responsible: A. Sitja & O. Palenzuela
Package price: Free
F. WORKSHOP - Biobanking: a new approach for improving research on fish parasite biorepositories (during 9ISFP sessions)
See link.
Responsible: A.F. Gonzalez & S. Pascual
Package price: Free
G. FORUM - European Centre of Ichthyoparasitology, Czech Republic: promotion of a research and training centre (during 9ISFP sessions)
See link.
Responsible: T. Scholz & M. Gelnar
Package price: Free
H. FORUM - New projects & courses (during 9ISFP sessions)
See link.
Responsible: A. Sitja & T. Raga
Package price: Free
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