International Association for Aquatic Animal Medicine
The IAAAM is an organization of individuals who are professionally interested in and devote a significant amount of time to the practice of aquatic animal medicine, teaching and research in aquatic animal medicine, or the husbandry and management of aquatic animals.
50th Annual IAAAM Meeting and Conference
May 18-22 in Durban, South Africa
Hosted by uShaka Sea World
Conference Registration Portal (Coming Soon)
Abstract Submissions - Abstract submission deadline has been extended until 11:59 PM (EST) on Saturday, December 15, 2018.
Conference Hotel Information and Reservations - Tsogo Sun Elangeni Maharani
Pre-Conference Workshop Request Form - If you would like to offer a pre-conference workshop, please submit this completed form.
Conference Sponsor Brochure - Information for potential sponsors
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SOUTH AFRICA
For those who are traveling to South Africa for the first time, the following link to South African Tourism will help you learn about things such as currency, visas, immunizations, weather, getting around, and other important things to know: https://www.southafrica.net/gl/en/travel/category/what-you-need-to-know.
Conferences, Meetings, Educational Opportunities
IAAAM Job Bank
To submit an announcement regarding a job opening, conference, workshop, or other professional/educational opportunities relevant to aquatic animal medicine, send the information to email@example.com for review and posting.
IAAAM Member Code of Conduct Statement
The International Association of Aquatic Animal Medicine (IAAAM) exists to advance the art and science of aquatic animal medicine and health and promote free exchange of knowledge. Each of our members is a citizen of the community of science and health care. Each shares responsibility for the welfare of this community and our organization. Science and animal health are best advanced when there is mutual trust, based upon honest behavior, throughout the community. The IAAAM deeply values our members and their professional reputations, and holds preserving the confidence of our members as critically important so that they may: freely discuss the results of their professional work, trust that their fellow members will not divulge inappropriate information, and openly interact with colleagues without fear of malicious exposure. Deception, or any other acts that deliberately compromise the advancement of our profession and our mission, are unacceptable. Any member of the IAAAM found to be in violation of that trust, as reviewed by the IAAAM Executive Board, may have their membership permanently revoked, prohibiting their access to member benefits including professional meetings and conferences.