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The Joint Conference of the Asian Society of Conservation Medicine (ASCM) and the Wildlife Disease Association Australasia (WDAA)

Bali, Indonesia,
Oct 28th to 29th 2018

The 11th International Meeting of Asian Society of Conservation Medicine (ASCM) will be a joint conference with Wildlife Disease Association Australasia (WDAA) this year in Bali, Indonesia. ASCM initiated the collaboration with WDA in the annual convention since 2014 when the society first organized the joint session on Rabies disease in Hanoi, Vietnam. The society continues the joint sessions in Yangon Zoological Garden, Myanmar, as well as in Taipei Zoo, Taiwan in the subsequent years emphasising on infectious and zoonotic diseases. In 2018, it is a great honour to join our annual convention with WDAA that provides a great opportunity to both sides of the members to join each other sessions. We foresee the joint meeting will initiate more upcoming collaborations, create and enhance the networking among both organizations. Several post-workshops will be organized in collaboration with the zoos in Asia for the advancement of the zoo and wildlife medicine, management and conservation medicine in this region. What’s more, Bali Island offers the most strategic convention venue with its beautiful nature and unique culture. On behalf of the ASCM, I wish to invite you to join us in Bali, Indonesia and thank you for your support and participation in making the Joint Meeting of the ASCM and WDAA a success.

Tokuma Yanai
Senior Board, ASCM 

 

This year, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the Udanaya University is very pleased to welcome the members of Asian Society of Conservation Medicine (ASCM) and Wildlife Disease Association Australasia (WDAA) to have the joint conference in Bali, Indonesia. This is the first joint meeting between ASCM and WDAA and we are indeed very privileged to be appointed as the local organizing committee. The joint conference offers a great opportunity to both the organizations and the local community to interact with each other. Furthermore, the conference provides the platform for creating awareness on the importance of conservation medicine, discussion of the issues on emerged or re-emerged zoonotic diseases globally and in the Asian region, as well as zoo and wildlife medicine and management. The venue of the meeting and conference is in Inna Grand Bali Beach Hotel, which is Located in the central and cultural city area of Denpasar. Bali is an island with great, beautiful nature and offers the cultural diversity that you will want to experience yourself. Finally, on behalf of the local organizing committee, I wish to invite you to join us in this joint conference. We welcome you to Bali, Indonesia and hope you have a pleasant and memorable stay in our country.

Anak Agung Ayu Mirah Adi
Professor
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine,
Udayana University, Bali, Indonesia

Conference Venue

Grand Inna Bali Beach Hotel
Jln. Hang Tuah, Sanur Bali P.O.Box 3275 Denpasar 80227 Bali Indonesia

Arrival Airport

Ngurah Rai International Airport, Denpasar
(Please be noted Uber and Grab are not allowed in the airport region.)

Contact:

Secretariat 2018
  1. Junpei Kimura (Secretary General)
  2. Nobuhide Kido
  3. Alice Lau
  4. Chia-Da Hsu
  5. Jae-Ik Han

Contact us at editor@aszwm.org and for more information about WDAA conference, please contact wdaa.bali2018@gmail.com