The Physiology Section promotes excellence in the science of fish physiology through improved communication between researchers and other professionals who need the most up-to-date information on physiological processes, tools, and techniques. The Section publishes a newsletter, and conducts symposia and workshops to disseminate the results of basic and applied research on fish physiology to the scientific and professional community, resource users, and the general public.
CALL FOR SYMPOSIA TOPICS AND ORGANIZERS
Topics for symposia from individuals or groups willing to be organizers are now being accepted. Please contact Mark Shrimpton (Mark.Shrimpton@UNBC.ca) to discuss ideas.
TENTATIVE SCHEDULE OUTLINE
|Sunday, June 12||Welcome reception|
|Monday, June 13||Plenary session, Symposia|
|Tuesday, June 14||Symposia|
|Wednesday, June 15||Symposia|
|Thursday, June 16||Symposia|
LODGING AND FOOD
Both dorm rooms and hotel rooms will be available. Dorm rooms are a short walk to the conference activities. A van service will shuttle to and from selected hotels. Many restaurants and bars are a short walk from the dorms and conference site.
AIR TRAVEL AND GETTING AROUND
San Marcos is located 50 kilometers southwest of Austin and 80 kilometers northeast of San Antonio. The conference will operate a van service to and from the Austin airport (AUS).