2006 Edwin W. Pauley Summer Program in Marine Biology

Aquatic Animal Health and Disease

June 5 to August 4, 2006

The objective of the 2006 Pauley Summer Program was to impart an understanding of the pathological processes and health management techniques relating to the etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of important aquatic animal diseases and to provide an important research opportunity to participants. Ornamental and food species of finfish, oysters, and shrimp were emphasized, as well as species found locally in Hawai‘i. Nationally and internationally recognized individuals presented topics relating to aquatic animal health and disease diagnostics.

In weeks 1-5, the invited faculty presented lectures and laboratories and the remaining weeks focused on individual student projects. Students were required to present a research presentation at the end of the session. Following the workshop, students returned to their home institution and completed a research paper. The papers were compiled into a formal report.

 

FACULTY

Dr. Ilze Berzins, D.V.M. The Florida Aquarium
Dr. Ryan Carnegie, Virginia Institute of Marine Science/College of William & Mary
Dr. Ruth Francis-Floyd, D.V.M. University of Florida
Dr. Stephen Kaattari, Virginia Institute of Marine Biology/College of William & Mary
Dr. Teresa Lewis, Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Dr. Donald Lightner, University of Arizona
Dr. Edward Noga, D.V.M. North Carolina State University
Dr. Kimberly Reece, Virginia Institute of Marine Biology/College of William & Mary
Dr. Thierry Work, D. V. M. USGS National Wildlife Health Center, Honolulu Field Station
note: lead faculty in bold

 

STUDENT PARTICIPANTS

 

SCHEDULE

Dates June 5 to August 4, 2006
Schedule
Topic Faculty
Week 1: June 5-9
Intro to course, shrimp diseases and diagnostics Lightner
Week 2: June 12-16
Oyster diseases and diagnostics Reece, Carnegie
Week 3: June 19-23
Immunology and diagnostics Kaattari, Noga
Week 4: June 26-30
Parasitology, fish anatomy/physiology, histology, fish disease and diagnostics, treatments Noga, Berzins, Francis-Floyd
Week 5: July 3-7
Fish disease and diagnostics, treatments,
Sea turtle diseases and diagnostics
Francis-Floyd, Work
Weeks 6-8: July 10-28
Student research, journal club Lewis
Week 9: July 31-Aug. 4
Student research, journal club, and oral presentations Lewis
October 2006
Final reports revised, completed and compiled into PSP 2006 Final Report Lewis

 

PROGRAM REPORT

Coming soon.

 

PHOTO GALLERY

Coming soon. Please send any scanned photos from the Pauley Summer Program to erik.franklin@hawaii.edu.

 

 

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