On behalf of the Scientific Advisory Board and the Organizing Committee we are cordially inviting you to attend the 2nd European Zebrafish Husbandry Association Meeting. The event is taking place this time at Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences (MATE) in Gödöllő, Hungary from 16th to 18th October 2024.

The EZHAM2024 meeting-workshop will be organized by a Hungarian University (MATE) as the main organizer, with the addition of ZHA (Zebrafish Husbandry Association, https://zhaonline.org/) as a contributing partner. If you are still not a ZHA member but you would like to join the ZHA community and have tones of member benefits click on the following link and you can join ZHA today: https://zhaonline.org/membership/

EZHAM 2024 will specifically focus on zebrafish facility management, husbandry and fish holding related topics. We are going to discuss the latest scientific achievements in aquarium maintenance, zebrafish husbandry, with special emphasis on health and welfare issues.

The event will take place over three days providing for the delegates opportunity to participate in a range of scientific sessions in the field of research, innovation, technologies, management and good practice.

EZHAM 2024 will offer presentations and open discussions held by prominent international guest speakers from the US and Europe; numerous networking opportunities and also a guided tour for the zebrafish facility of MATE Aquaculture department.  Hands-on workshop sessions will be integrated to the program of the event.

We are inviting abstracts for poster and/or possible oral presentations linked to the topics of the different sessions.

Facility managers, PI’s, technicians, veterinarians, international suppliers, and research fellows (include Phd students) are all warmly welcome.
For those who won’t be able to attend the event personally it will be an opportunity to join the meeting through remote access from anywhere of the globe as an online participation option.

Looking forward to meeting you all this autumn in Gödöllő, Hungary!

Anita Rácz
organizing & scientific committee member