AZA offers many conferences and professional development courses. Or search for offerings throughout the greater zoo and aquarium community, such as animal program events and workshops.
AZA members, including accredited, certified related, commercial, and conservation partner members, are eligible to submit relevant events to be added to the calendar using this form.
African Elephant EEHV Workshop
February 24-26, 2020 – Indianapolis Zoo
The threat of EEHV in African elephants became widely known in 2019. Despite major strides in research and treatment in Asian elephants, much information is needed regarding the impact, treatment and monitoring of EEHV in African elephants. Join the African Elephant EEHV Workshop hosted by the Indianapolis Zoo for the newest information on EEHV research, clinical management, and monitoring. The workshop will include several sessions for institutions with African elephants to collaborate on research, treatment and monitoring protocols. Curators, managers, keepers, veterinarians, veterinary technicians, scientists, researchers and conservationists of both Asian and African elephants are welcome.
We encourage registration by December 31, 2019 to receive the promotional room rate and discount on registration. These dates correspond to a major sporting event held in Indianapolis, so rooms may be limited after December 31.
Animal Program Events
The 2020 Shark Reef Aquatic Medicine Seminar is once again set to go with another fantastic line-up of presenters. Join us in Las Vegas from March 6 to March 8 for three days of information packed presentations centered on practical applications of aquatic medicine in day-to-day situations. The seminar offers a fully "hands-on" wet lab. This is an outstanding opportunity for C.E. credit and offers participants the chance to network and work side-by side with some of the best aquatic veterinary specialists in the country. For additional information and presenters as well as lodging information please contact Jack Jewell at email@example.com looking forward to seeing you again!!
Jack M. Jewell