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Preproducibility: What may we, with advantage, omit? -Philip B. Stark
Effect of Increased Feeding in Proportion to Density on Sex Ratios in Zebrafish (Danio rerio) -Lauren Krug
Zebrafish Health Monitoring: Recommendations from the FELASA-AALAS Working Group -J-P Mocho
Effects of Diet and Housing Density on Zebrafish Reproduction and Progeny Development -Amy Kolb
A Novel Ingredient for Zebrafish Diets: Single Cell Protein - Stephen Watts
Water Quality- Maintenance and Monitoring- George Sanders
Carl Breacker/University of Leicester
A Burgeoning New Fish Model: The Science and Husbandry of the Mexican Cavefish Astyanax mexicanus
Development of a Novel Sperm Ultra-Fast Freezing Cryopreservation Procedure
Ana Catarina Certal/Champalimaud Center for the Unknown
The Laboratory Zebrafish Environment in 2017: Community Survey Results
Dante Michael D’India/Harvard Medical School
Food Conversion Ratios: A Strategy for Food Substitutions
Maurine Hobbs/University of Utah
Tipping the Scale in our Favor: How Body Conditions Scoring, Standardized Health Assessment, and Sentinel Monitoring
Can Reduce Disease Burden in a Large Scale non-SPF Facility
The Effect of Two Feeding Regimens on Juvenile Zebrafish (Danio rerio)
Zebrafish Facility Management: The Benefits of Undergraduate Student Assistance
Tami V. Sanchez/UCSD
Spreadsheets Don’t Label Tanks and Track Stocks. What can a Zebrafish Data System Do For You?
Protocol for Small-scale Production in Zebrafish Embryos Danio rerio for Toxicological Screening
Sonia Alvarado-Rica/Central U of Venezuela
The Importance of Establishing a Cryopreservation Program in The Laboratory
Implementation of a Zebrafish Health Program Contributes to Better Husbandry Practices: Case-Study
Ana Borges/ Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência
Presented by Dr. Christopher Whipps, Associate Professor and Director of Center for Applied Microbiology, SUNY-ESF, Syracuse NY
Webinar Series - "Preparing Your Facility for IACUC Inspections"
Presented by Dr. George Sanders, Lecturer & Aquatic Animal Program Director, University of Washington School of Medicine
ZHA Annual Member Meeting Presentation - Jim Burris, Duke University / 2015 ZHA President
ZHA Special Session Presentations
"Surveying Zooplankton Populations to Measure Mechanical Filtration Effectiveness." Presented by Dan Castranova, Charles River-NIH.
'Environmental Influence on the Fecundity and Fertility of Zebrafish (Danio rerio)." Presented by Lemnique Wafer, UT HSC Houston.
"Adult Feeding Regimens Alter Larval Zebrafish (Danio rerio) Phenotypes." Presented by Jennifer Strykowski, Charles River NIH.
"Dietary Lysine Requirements for Juvenile and Adult Zebrafish Danio rerio." Presented by Marc Tye, University of Minnesota.
Presented by Christian Lawrence, Aquatic Resources Program Manager, Boston Children's Hospital
Webinar Series - "Zebrafish Pathogens: Impact on Research" - Presented by Marcus Crim, MBA, DVM, Head of Aquatic Diagnostics, IDEXX BioResearch
Annual Member Meeting Presentation - Carrie Barton SARL/2014 ZHA President
"Color preferences of zebrafish, can they affect mating behavior and reproductive performance?" Presented by Patty Oden/U Alabama Birmingham
"Non-Hatching Decapsulated Artemia Cysts as a Replacement to Artemia Nauplii in Zebrafish Culture."Presented by Marc Tye, University of Minnesota
"One Institution-Common Goal: Heterogeneous Regulatory Oversight" presented by Lauren Pandolfo
"Regulatory requirements and compliance when using zebrafish as an animal model in New Zealand" presented by Alhad Mahagaonkar
"Standardizing Zebrafish Husbandry, Past Present, and Future" presented by Daniel Castranova
"Thinking outside the box: is automated feeding doable with large zebrafish facilities" presented by Artie McCollum
"Genetic management of outbred laboratory populations" presented by Bruce Elder
"Putting the “fish” back into zebrafish: a study of their behavior and ecology" presented by Dr. Rowena Spence