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Innovation in Aqua Feed

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Start Date:6 December 2017

Start Time:10:30am ET (New York) / 4:30pm CET (Paris)

Duration:60 minutes

Abstract:

Formulated feeds are an important component of the farming process for a number of key aquaculture species.

 

However, producers are no longer focused only on feed conversion in relation to fish feed R&D.

 

We will hear how feed experts are trying to understand the ways nutritional components affect immune responses and gut microbiota in fish.

 

We also get insights into the advantages and disadvantages of using novel protein raw materials such as bacterial meals or insect meal in aquaculture feeds.

 

The experts will report as well on the usefulness of tools such as mathematical modelling and nutrigenomics in feed formulation.

SPEAKERS

André Dumas

Director of Fish Nutrition

The Center for Aquaculture Technologies Canada


Dr. André Dumas earned his PhD in animal nutrition at the University of Guelph in 2008.

Dr. Dumas served as Research scientist for a multinational feed company and Director of aquaculture at a research institute before joining CATC in June 2015.

His area of scientific expertise relates to ingredient development, testing of specialty feed ingredients, feed formulation and processing, shadow pricing, mathematical modelling and nutrigenomics.

Dr. Rune Waagbø

Research director

NIFES


I am research director for the Fish nutrition research program at NIFES, and I have been involved in studies and experiments concerning feed ingredients, fish nutrition, micronutrient requirements, feed safety and fish health and welfare aspects since the nineties.

I am a part-time professor at the University of Bergen and have regular lessons in fish nutrition and supervision of master and PhD students.

Philip Lyons

Research Scientist

Coppens International BV

Highly ambitious researcher with a lifelong interest in fish biology and science. I am passionate about the field of fish health and aquaculture, and am committed to developing natural solutions to the challenges the industry faces. Philip studied for his BSc in Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology in Ireland in freshwater and marine biology, before specializing in fish health and aquaculture, gaining MSc and PhD degrees from the Institute of Aquaculture, University of Stirling, Scotland. He joined Coppens International as a researcher in January 2017.

John Sweetman

International Project Manager Aquaculture

Alltech

John Sweetman has over 35 years’ experience in the commercial culture of a number of marine and freshwater fish worldwide. Recent work has focussed on the diversification of species in the marine aquaculture sector, including the design, construction and operation of a variety of commercial hatcheries and projects.
He is currently Alltech’s International Project Manager for Aquaculture and has helped to develop and apply Alltech’s natural solutions improving fish health, growth and performance. He has coordinated EU projects, PhD studentships and Research Alliances leading to the development of innovative solutions for practical application.

Jane Byrne

Senior Editor
FeedNavigator

Jane has over 16 years’ experience in the field of communications and journalism. She has written extensively on a range of diverse topics from current affairs to politics to education to food production, packaging, safety and ingredients. Previously senior editor of FoodNavigator, she now heads up the FEED division of WRBM.

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