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Welcome

7th International Workshop on the Biology of Fish Gametes 

  2nd - 6th september 2019
 in Rennes - France  

I am pleased to invite you to the 7th Workshop on the Biology of Fish Gametes, to be held in Rennes, France, in September 2019. After the first original meeting in Vodňany in 2007, this workshop was held every 2 years in Valencia, Budapest, Faro, Ancona, and Vodňany again. The objective of this biennal workshop is to bring together researchers and students from the scientific community working on the gamete biology of fish and aquatic species. We look forward to meeting you in Rennes for this next edition.

The meeting will take place in the prestigious school of agricultural engineers AGROCAMPUS OUEST. It is organized by INRA's Fish Physiology and Genomics Department. The welcome of participants will take place on September 2nd in the late afternoon and the meeting will proceed from September 3rd to September 6th.

Registrations and abstract submissions are now open. The program is under construction (see pre-schedule), but the relevant topics for submission are listed in the Sessions menu. More information on keynote speakers, sessions, and social events is in preparation.

With my most sincere greetings

Catherine Labbé

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