Dr. Konrad Dabrowski’s aquaculture lab in the School of Environment and Natural Resources attended “Aquaculture America” in Honolulu, HI to present recent research conducted at The Ohio State University.
The lab collectively gave 6 oral presentations covering topics of cichlid, cyprinid, salmonid and percid fish species hybridization, hormonal sex reversal, polyploidy induction, and nutrition (listed below).
Faculty member Konrad Dabrowski recently visited the Faculty of Fisheries and Protection of Waters at the University of South Bohemia, and Research Institute of Fish Culture and Hydrobiology, in Vodnany, Czech Republic (www.frov.jcu.cz). Professor Dabrowski served on the dissertation committee for Roman Franek, who presented “Germ cell manipulations as a tool to manage and produce isogenic lines in fish”.
Aquaculture, fish production in controlled environments, is attracting wide international attention as needs for sea food continue to rise, both in industrial and developing countries.
Aquaculture research led by School of Environment and Natural Resources faculty and graduate students was recently presented at “Aquaculture America 2017” (February 19-22, 2017) in San Antonio, TX.
Themed 'Forging New Frontiers', the international conference brings together leading scientists and experts in the field of aquaculture, and is the only major national aquaculture conference and exposition held in the U.S.
Mohammad Ashraful Alam, PhD candidate in Fisheries and Wildlife Science, will present Hypoxia in Great Lakes with Special Emphasis on Yellow Perch (Perca flavescens) for his Doctoral Scholarly Seminar.