IAFSB 2022
Sixth Conference: Interdisciplinary Approaches in Fish Skeletal Biology, Olhão, Algarve, Portugal

Save the Dates: November 9-12
Abstract Deadline Oct. 15. 2022

From Fossils to Farming to Biomedical Research.
From Sharks to Salmon and Zebrafish.
As always: Excellent Science at a Beautiful Location.

IAFSB conferences promote the dialogue between experts from different disciplines that have a common interest in fish skeletal research and comparative skeletal biology. Participants come from disciplines such as Evolution and Development, Developmental Genomics and Proteomics, Paleontology, Biomedical Sciences and Regenerative Medicine, Ichthyology and Systematics, Functional Anatomy and Biomechanics, Aquaculture, Fish Pathology, Fish Nutrition, and others.

The emphasis of IAFSB is to facilitate discussions, to promote the exchange of ideas and concepts during, before and after the sessions. The conference will be live (no streaming, no online contributions). IAFSB typically accommodates up to 100 participants.

Key Note Lectures:
Mélanie Debiais-Thibaud, University of Montpellier, France
…about skeletal tissues in cartilaginous fishes 
Ann Huysseune, Ghent Univ. Belgium & Charles Univ., Czech Republic
…about development and evolutionary origin of the vertebrate dentition
Antonella Forlino, University of Pavia, Italy
…about zebrafish as  a  model for  osteogenesis imperfecta

 

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Organizers
P. Eckhard Witten & M. Leonor Cancela

Scientific Committee
Clara Boglione, Per Gunnar Fjelldal, Gert Flik, Brian K. Hall, Matthew P. Harris, Ann Huysseune, Santosh P. Lall, Marc Muller, Stefan Schulte-Merker, Christoph Winkler

Local Organizing Committee
Vincent Laizé, Paulo Gavaia, Natércia Conceição, Joana Rosa, João Santos

Web Design
Evi Desender

Contact: fishskeleton.iafsb@gmail.com

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IAFSB 2022 will have an open satellite meeting of the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network Biomedaqu (November 12).  Early Stage Researchers will present the results of their PhD projects. Fish skeletal biology related to aquaculture,  biomedicine and basic research.  

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