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American Tilapia Association

Tilapia, several species and their hybrids of Oreochromis, are the second most important group of farm raised fish in the world. Tilapia farming and consumption are rapidly increasing in the US. Tilapia is now the fifth most popular seafood consumed in the United States.  The ATA is dedicated to the development of a profitable and sustainable industry.  Our member producers and scientists wish to protect the aquatic environment while providing high quality fresh fish to the American consumer. There is a considerable amount of misinformation on various websites posted by groups with various agendas. The information posted here was developed by government, academic and industry scientists from many countries and presented in open technical presentations all over the world. The objective of the American Tilapia Association is to support and facilitate the growth of Tilapia production and consumption within the United States. We are a non-profit organization with goals in education, member information and networking, government interactions and support for research. We welcome the contributions of any information on Tilapia culture, marketing and development from around the world for inclusion in our regular newsletters.

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There are numerous Ophthalmology Societies worldwide, both national and international. Some of These societies are working on specific topics such as ENT, Surgery etc. Some of the Ophthalmology Societies in different parts of the world are as follows:

American Ophthalmology Societies: USA is considered to be the hub of research. There are several societies working on different field, out of which almost 55 USA Veterinary Ophthalmology Societies and associations are present.  These societies and association are located in Chicago, Dallas, Virginia, Washington DC and Los Angeles.

European Veterinary Ophthalmology Societies: More than 15 Veterinary Ophthalmology Societies in Europe are contributing towards research activities. Majority of these European Veterinary Ophthalmology Societies and Associations are located in Belgium, UK, and France.

Asia-Pacific Veterinary Ophthalmology Societies:  There are almost 45 Asian Veterinary Ophthalmology Societies. These societies are mostly working on Eye diseases. These associations are situated mostly in Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, and India.

Middle East Veterinary Ophthalmology Societies: In Middle East almost 25 Veterinary Ophthalmology Societies are present. Veterinary Ophthalmology Societies in Middle East are involved with ophthalmic pathology, surgical and clinical pathology as well. These associations are situated mostly in Syria, Turkey, Dubai, UAE and Lebanon.

Veterinary Ophthalmology Societies Conferences: There are almost 250 Veterinary related Meetings and conferences have been scheduled by these societies for the year 2016 and 2017 in different parts of the globe. These international Veterinary Ophthalmology Conferences and Veterinary Ophthalmology Annual Meetings are intended to bring together all the recent researches, new innovations and findings in a global platform.