Biology and Life History of Cephalopods Congress

 

CephRes and the Scientific Organizing Committee are pleased to launch, with the endorsement of the CIAC (Cephalopod International Advisory Council),

“Biology and Life History of Cephalopods”,  an interim meeting of the international cephalopod community.

The following series of events is scheduled in April 2020

Special Satellite Scientific Events – April 15-16, 2020

Biology and Life History of Cephalopods (main meeting) – April 17-19, 2020

Cephalopod Biology and Care (CBC 2020) – April 20-26, 2020

Venue: Napoli, Italy

The ‘Biology and Life Cycle of Cephalopods’ Congress is an interim meeting of the international cephalopod community, and  strategically placed 18 months between the Triennial CIAC meetings.

 

We invite participation from all members of the cephalopod research community

and aim to bring together researchers from diverse fields to promote dialogue and facilitate future collaborations.

 

The Congress and the related events will take place in Napoli. Satellite Events are scheduled to occur at the Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn in Napoli, Italy.

The events will be followed by the second edition of the CBC FELASA accredited course (6 days): Cephalopod Biology and Care (CBC 2020) FELASA accredited course on cephalopods as laboratory animals (FELASA 062/18F) in compliance with Directive 2010/63 functions: A, C, D.

This website will be ready for registration, related logistics information, and abstract submission by November 28th 2019.

 

The Scientific Organizing Committee

Louise Allcock

Graziano Fiorito

Giovanna Ponte

Erica Vidal

 

 

 

Key Dates

 

Special Satellite Scientific Events – April 15-16, 2020

#1 “Early-life stages of cephalopods: Promoting a revised multi-approach identification key” (2 full days)

Coordinators: Drs. Erica A. G. Vidal (Brazil), Liz Shea and Heather Judkins (USA)

a dedicated sub-webpage will be published soon

#2 “The Digestive Tract of Cephalopods” (2 full days)

Coordinator Prof. Paul L.R. Andrews (UK)

a dedicated sub-webpage will be published soon

Read more

 Biology and Life History of Cephalopods Congress

 

CephRes and the Scientific Organizing Committee are pleased to launch, with the endorsement of the CIAC (Cephalopod International Advisory Council),

“Biology and Life History of Cephalopods”,  an interim meeting of the international cephalopod community.

The following series of events is scheduled in April 2020

Special Satellite Scientific Events – April 15-16, 2020

Biology and Life History of Cephalopods (main meeting) – April 17-19, 2020

Cephalopod Biology and Care (CBC 2020) – April 20-26, 2020

Venue: Napoli, Italy

The ‘Biology and Life Cycle of Cephalopods’ Congress is an interim meeting of the international cephalopod community, and  strategically placed 18 months between the Triennial CIAC meetings.

 

We invite participation from all members of the cephalopod research community

and aim to bring together researchers from diverse fields to promote dialogue and facilitate future collaborations.

 

The Congress and the related events will take place in Napoli. Satellite Events are scheduled to occur at the Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn in Napoli, Italy.

The events will be followed by the second edition of the CBC FELASA accredited course (6 days): Cephalopod Biology and Care (CBC 2020) FELASA accredited course on cephalopods as laboratory animals (FELASA 062/18F) in compliance with Directive 2010/63 functions: A, C, D.

This website will be ready for registration, related logistics information, and abstract submission by November 28th 2019.

 

The Scientific Organizing Committee

Louise Allcock

Graziano Fiorito

Giovanna Ponte

Erica Vidal

 

 

 

Special Satellite Scientific Events – April 15-16, 2020

#1 “Early-life stages of cephalopods: Promoting a revised multi-approach identification key meeting” (2 full days)

Coordinators Drs. Erica A. G. Vidal (Brazil), Liz Shea and Heather Judkins (USA)

a dedicated sub-webpage will be published soon

#2 “The Digestive Tract of Cephalopods” (2 full days)

Coordinator Prof. Paul L.R. Andrews (UK)

a dedicated sub-webpage will be published soon

Read more