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Marine Bacterial Pathogenesis and Fish Vaccinology

Monday, Feb. 10, 1-2 p.m.

SN-4015

Aquaculture is an important source of human food and it has the fastest growth-rate of all animal-producing food sectors. Aquaculture is an important socio-economic sector in Canada and Newfoundland. However, in Canada, as well as in the global aquaculture industry, infectious diseases are the most serious issue limiting production. Bacterial infectious diseases are a recalcitrant issue affecting the marine finfish aquaculture industry. Here, I will revise our ongoing research related to host-pathogen interaction and fish vaccinology. Presented by by Dr. J Santander.

Presented by Department of Biochemistry

Event Listing 2020-02-10 13:00:00 2020-02-10 14:00:00 America/St_Johns Marine Bacterial Pathogenesis and Fish Vaccinology Aquaculture is an important source of human food and it has the fastest growth-rate of all animal-producing food sectors. Aquaculture is an important socio-economic sector in Canada and Newfoundland. However, in Canada, as well as in the global aquaculture industry, infectious diseases are the most serious issue limiting production. Bacterial infectious diseases are a recalcitrant issue affecting the marine finfish aquaculture industry. Here, I will revise our ongoing research related to host-pathogen interaction and fish vaccinology. Presented by by Dr. J Santander. SN-4015 Department of Biochemistry