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NATIONAL COORDINATOR FOR AQUACULTURE
INADs/NADAs1
Project Termination Report for the Period

NCRAC FUNDING: $89,000 (July 15, 2004 to August 31, 2009)
PARTICIPANT:

REASON FOR TERMINATION
PROJECT OBJECTIVES
(6) Identify existing data and remaining (8) Encourage and seek opportunities for (10) Identify potential funding sources for (4) Seek the support and participation of PRINCIPAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Drug Applications is to help obtain drug coordination of activities. These activities over the past five years have resulted in a 1NCRAC has funded two National Coordinator projects. The termination report for the first project is contained in the 1999-00 Annual Progress Report. This Termination Report is for the second National Coordinator project. Ted R. Batterson served as the facilitator for this project interacting with a steering committee in overseeing the Coordinator=s activities.
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potential for many more in the near future or Flavobacterium psychrophilum (NADA closely with the drug sponsor to ensure that 2. Florfenicol (Aquaflor®) for the control all activities result in approvals. Following are those drugs and their label claims:2 salmonids due to furunculosis associated ORIGINAL NADA APPROVALS
1. Florfenicol (Aquaflor®) for control of enteric septicemia of catfish associated 3. Oxytetracycline dihydrate (Terramycin® indication to the label for the control of viridans (NADA #038-439; approved 4. Oxytetracycline dihydrate (Terramycin® 200 for Fish) for control of mortality in branchiophilum, and (c) freshwater- Flavobacterium psychrophilum and (b) disease associated with Flavobacterium Oncorhynchus mykiss due to columnaris columnare (Flexibacter columnaris) disease associated with Flavobacterium columnare. To remove limitation on treating salmonids in water temperatures SUPPLEMENTAL NADA APPROVALS
1. Florfenicol (Aquaflor®) for control of mortality in freshwater-reared salmonids due to coldwater disease associated with 2 Denotes a new drug that gained approval for *Denotes drug designations under the Minor Use 343®) for skeletal marking in finfish fry and Minor Species (MUMS) Animal Health Act of 2004 that gives the sponsors of these drugs seven years of marketing exclusivity (as of October 27, 2009, the MUMS Office has granted 83 designations, 71 of those are to aquaculture drug sponsors, many of whom have received extensive help from the National Aquaculture NADA Coordinator); and Denotes a drug which is a candidate sedative (one of the drugs being considered by USDA for development; it is anticipated that there will be eight label claims for the selected sedative).
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Totals for NADAs and ANADAs (2004 to
October 2009) = 11 NADAs and ANADAs
for 5 drugs (2 new) and 14 different label
ABBREVIATED NADA APPROVALS
1. Formalin (Formacide-B®) for control of (a) external protozoa (Chilodonella spp.,
TOTALS for Indexed drugs (2008 to June
Costia spp., Epistylis spp., 2009) = 2 Indexed drugs
Ichthyophthirius spp. Scyphidia spp. and Trichodina spp.) on all finfish, (b) NADA APPROVALS ANTICIPATED IN
THE NEAR FUTURE
(Cleidodiscus spp., Dactylogyrus spp., and Gyrodactylus spp.) on all finfish, (c)
for control of mortality in (a) freshwater- all finfish eggs, and (d) protozoan
disease associated with Flavobacterium parasites (Bodo spp., Epistylis spp., and branchiophilum and (b) walleye and Zoothamnium spp.) on penaeid shrimp 2. Copper sulfate (Triangle Brand Copper channel catfish due to ichthyophthiriasis CONDITIONAL APPROVAL
1. Florfenicol (Aquaflor®) for control of
3. Emamectin benzoate (Slice)for control of sea lice on saltwater-reared salmonids disease associated with Flavobacterium INDEXED DRUGS
disease associated with Renibacterium (Ovaprim) for use as a spawning aid in 5. Florfenicol (Aquaflor) for control of with Flavobacterium columnare and (b)
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Streptococcus iniae (supplemental 6. Formalin (Parasite-S®) for control of during transport, short-term sedative for sponsor: Frontier Scientific, Inc.* AID®) for control of mortality in (a) all 8. 17α-methyltestosterone (Masculinizing Feed for Tilapia) for masculinization of female early life-stage tilapia (original marking in freshwater-reared finfish fry 9. Oxytetracycline dihydrate (Terramycin® 6. Emamectin benzoate (Slice)for control Totals anticipated for NADAs (in the near
future) = at least 9 NADAs for 9 drugs (5
new) and 12 different label claims
NADAS UNDER DEVELOPMENT FOR
APPROVALS
except freshwater-reared channel catfish, finfish and to lightly sedate for transport 2. Copper sulfate (Triangle Brand Copper (d) all salt-water-reared salmonid finfish Zealand Ltd., Lower Hutt, New Zealand*
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8. Fish-eezzz™ for use as a sedative for all with Flavobacterium columnare, (b) with Flavobacterium columnare, and (c) 9. Florfenicol (Aquaflor) for control of Flavobacterium columnare) and (b) 14. Porphyrins (AquaFrin) for control of mortality in freshwater-reared salmonids Aeromonas septicemia associated with Aeromonas spp. (supplemental NADAs); 15. Potassium permanganate (Cairox) for AID®) for control of Ichthyophthirius disease associated with Flavobacterium multifiliis, Ichthyobodo necator, and branchiophilum, (b) freshwater-reared Gyrodactylus spp in freshwater-reared disease associated with Flavobacterium columnare, and (c) freshwater-reared 11. 17α-methyltestosterone (Masculinizing Feed for Tilapia) for masculinization 12. Oxytetracycline dihydrate (Terramycin® 200 for Fish) for control of mortality in Aeromonas septicemia associated with Aeromonas spp., (b) freshwater-reared disease associated with Flavobacterium columnare, and (c) penaeid shrimp due Totals anticipated for NADAs under
development = at least 12 drugs (+ 1
sedative; 5 new drugs) and 34 (+8
sedative) different label claims

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RECOMMENDED FOLLOW-UP
Establishment of the National Aquaculture ACTIVITIES
 Ensure that 17α-methyltestosterone gets has resulted in coordination, consolidation, INAD/NADA process on high priority drugs effort is made to extend the approval to other finfish species (e.g., rainbow trout) sponsors and other entities have initiated of interest to the North Central Region. florfenicol and oxytetracycline dihydrate are completed so that an approval can be Aeromonas septicemia associated with applicants saved time and effort for both the sector needs in the North Central Region are met for a sedative or anesthetic that Coordinator helped alleviate time demands on CVM staff, thus allowing more time to process a greater number of applications as well as increasing the breadth of research This enhanced coordination will help and has helped gain original, supplemental, and abbreviated NADAs (see the listing above is transferred to researchers for action. PUBLICATIONS, MANUSCRIPTS,
industries to reduce mortalities associated PAPERS PRESENTED, AND REPORTS
with infectious and handling diseases and to See the Appendix for a cumulative output increase their efficiency by using spawning for all NCRAC-funded National Coordinator for Aquaculture INADs/NADAs activities.
sedatives. The domestic aquaculture industry is now better able to compete with foreign producers because there are more legal drugs for producers to use.

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OTHER SUPPORT
INDUSTRY
$22,476 $46,295 $26,000 $94,771 $103,771 $17,500 $58,527 $21,500 $97,527 $112,527 $26,980 $52,855 $22,200 $102,035 $122,035 $32,980 $57,400 $22,200 $112,580 $132,580 $36,480 $50,000 $22,700 $109,180 $134,180 $136,416 $265,077 $92,900 $494,893 $605,093
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APPENDIX

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NATIONAL COORDINATOR FOR
Schnick, R.A., and P. Smith. 1999. International AQUACULTURE INADs/NADAs
harmonisation of antibacterial agent approvals and susceptibility testing. EAFP Bulletin 19(6):293-294. Publications in Print
Griffin, B.R., R.A. Schnick, and W.H. Gingerich.
2000. Update on the Federal-State Aquaculture Schnick, R.A., W.H. Gingerich, and K.H. Koltes. Drug Approval Project. Aquaculture Magazine 1996. Federal-state aquaculture drug registration partnership: A success in the making. Fisheries MacMillan, J.R., R.A. Schnick, and G. Fornshell. Schnick, R.A., D.J. Alderman, R. Armstrong, R. Le 2006. Stakeholder position paper: aquaculture Gouvello, S. Ishihara, E.D. Lacierda, S. Percival, producer. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 73(2- and M. Roth. 1997. Worldwide aquaculture drugs and vaccine registration progress. Bulletin of the European Association of Fish Pathologists Schnick, R.A. 1996. Chemicals and drugs. Pages in R.C. Summerfelt, editor. Walleye culture manual. NCRAC Culture Series #101, Schnick, R.A. 2005. The need for a zero withdrawal North Central Regional Aquaculture Center Publications Office, Iowa State University, (http://ag.ansc.purdue.edu/aquanic/ncrac/pubs/A Schnick, R.A. 1996. Cooperative fish therapeutic funding initiative: States in partnership with Schnick, R.A. 2006. Zero withdrawal anesthetic for federal agencies to ensure the future of public all fish and shellfish: need and candidates. fish culture. Transactions of the 61st North Schnick, R.A. 2007. News: Fisheries: major Schnick, R.A. 1997. International regulatory aspects of chemical and drug residues. Pages 186-194 R.E. Martin, R.L. Collette, and J.W. Slavin, Schnick, R.A. 2007. News: Fisheries: major editors. Fish inspection, quality control, and aquaculture drug approval (Aquaflor®). Fisheries HACCP: a global focus. Technomic Publishing Schnick, R.A. 2007. News: Fisheries: Aquaflor® Schnick, R.A. 1998. Approval of drugs and approved for furunculosis in salmonids. Fisheries chemicals for use by the aquaculture industry. Schnick, R.A. 2008. News: Fisheries: Aquaculture drug approval for Terramycin for Fish. Schnick, R.A. 1999. Use of chemicals in fish management and fish culture: past and future. Chapter 1, pages 1-14 in D.J. Smith, W.H. Papers Presented
Gingerich and M. Beconi-Barker, editors. Gingerich, W.H. and R.A. Schnick. 1997. Federal- Xenobiotics in fish. Kluwer Academic/Plenum state aquaculture drug approval partnership program. 28th Annual Meeting of the World Aquaculture Society, Seattle, Washington, Schnick, R.A. 2000. Efficacy data needed for high priority aquaculture drugs. American Fisheries Aquaculture drug registration study progress Schnick, R.A., and R.D. Armstrong. 1997. report. Meeting of the International Association Aquaculture drug approval progress in the of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, Inland Fisheries United States. Northern Aquaculture Supplement Committee, Washington, D.C. March 16, 1997.
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Laurenson, J.P., B.L. Baxter, R.M. Kauffman, J.C. the U.S. Trout Farmers Association, Twin Falls, Cleland, and R.A. Schnick. 2005. Development and use of the Aquaculture Risk Information Schnick, R.A. 1995. Activities of the National (AQRRT) for prioritizing import sampling and Coordinator for Aquaculture New Animal Drug other activities (poster). 2005 FDA Science Applications. Annual meeting of the National Forum, Washington, D.C., April 27-29, 2005. Research Support Program Number 7 (NRSP-7), MacMillan, R., and R.A. Schnick. 2005. MUMS update: Positive impact of MUMS legislation. Schnick, R.A. 1995. INAD/NADA Coordinators Organizer and presenter, Rockville, Maryland, Ringer, R.K. 1993. Workshop on INADs, NADAs, Schnick, R.A. 1996. Status of aquaculture INADs and the IR-4 Project. California Aquaculture Ringer, R.K. 1993. INAD workshop: proper drug and Meetings, Council Bluffs, Iowa, February 6-8, chemical use in aquaculture. 9th Annual Florida Aquaculture Association Conference, Fort Schnick, R.A. 1996. INAD/NADA update. Western Regional Aquaculture Expo >96, Sacramento, Ringer, R.K. 1994. National INAD Coordinator’s role in aquaculture. 25th Annual Meeting of the Schnick, R.A. 1996. National Aquaculture NADA Coordinator update. Working Group on Quality Assurance in Aquaculture Production, Arlington, Ringer, R.K. 1994. State of current USDA regulations on drug, therapeutic, and chemical use. North Carolina Aquaculture Development Schnick, R.A. 1996. Proper use of fish therapeutants based on legal requirements-gill lice, bacterial gill disease, furunculosis, etc. Annual Meeting of Ringer, R.K. 1994. Investigational New Animal the Michigan Aquaculture Association, East Drugs Workshop. Tropical and Subtropical Regional Aquaculture Center Industry Advisory Council Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii, March 14, Schnick, R.A. 1996. Status of aquaculture drug Workshop, La Crosse, Wisconsin, February 28, Schnick, R.A. 1995. Idaho Aquaculture Association Annual Meeting, Twin Falls, Idaho, May 19-22, Schnick, R.A. 1996. Advances in therapeutants. Southeastern Fish Diagnosticians’ Workshop, Schnick, R.A. 1995. Chemistry in Aquaculture Mississippi State, Mississippi, March 13-14, Cullowhee, North Carolina, May 31-June 2, Schnick, R.A. 1996. Report on progress and research study objectives of the Federal-State Drug Schnick, R.A. 1995. FWS/INAD Coordination Registration Partnership. Meeting of the Workshop. Presenter and coordinator, Bozeman, International Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, ad hoc Committee on Aquaculture, Schnick, R.A. 1996. Cooperative fish therapeutic aquaculture INADs/NADAs. Annual meeting of funding initiativeCStates in partnership with Federal agencies to ensure the future of public
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fish culture. 61st North American Conference on Schnick, R.A. 1997. Aquaculture drug approval progress for the catfish industry. Catfish Farmers Nashville, Tennessee, February 27-March 1, Schnick, R.A. 1996. International regulatory aspects of chemical and drug residues. International Conference on Fish Inspection and Quality, Schnick, R.A. 1997. Aquaculture drugs and chemicals approvals. Wisconsin Aquaculture Conference >97, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, Schnick, R.A. 1996. Aquaculture drug approval progress in the United States. Aquaculture Schnick, R.A. 1997. History of the IAFWA drug Canada ‘96, 13th Annual Meeting of the approval project; review of FDA’s decisions on Aquaculture Association of Canada, Ottawa, drug use in aquaculture; and negotiations by NADA coordinator. First Meeting of the IAFWA Drug Approval Oversight Subcommittee, Hot Schnick, R.A. 1996. Summary of activities of the National Coordinator for Aquaculture New Animal Drug Applications (NADAs): (May 15, Schnick, R.A. 1997. Review of the November 1996 1995 to May 14, 1996). Meeting of the Aquatic chloramine-T data requirements; Data call-in. Remedies Steering Committee, American Pet Chloramine-T INAD Coordination Workshop, Minneapolis, Minnesota, June 18-19, 1996. Coordinator activities. FWS-INAD Coordination Coordinator activities, International Project Workshop, Bozeman, Montana, August 7, 1997. Schnick, R.A. 1997. NADA Coordinator update. JSA Aquaculture Production, Washington, D.C., responsibilities related to the amoxicillin INAD. Schnick, R.A. 1997. Worldwide aquaculture drug approvals through partnerships in the United States. Seminar to Schering-Plough Animal Schnick, R.A. 1996. Overview of pivotal study Health, Union, New Jersey, August 26, 1997. protocol requirements. Chloramine-T Pivotal Schnick, R.A. 1997. Progress with registration of Kansas City, Missouri, November 7-8, 1996. drugs and vaccines for aquaculture: introduction and the United States. Chair and presenter at Schnick, R.A. 1997. INAD and drug clearance update. Midcontinent Warmwater Fish Culture Registration of Drugs and Vaccines@ and ARound Workshop, Springfield, Missouri, February 3-5, Table on Progress with Registration of Drugs and Vaccines for Aquaculture,@ EAFP Eighth International Conference on Diseases of Fish and Schnick, R.A. 1997. Overview of partnerships for Shellfish, Edinburgh, Scotland, September 14- aquaculture drug approvals. Partnerships for Success. Chair of Special Session at 28th Annual Schnick, R.A. 1997. Role of the national NADA Meeting of the World Aquaculture Society, office in aquaculture drug approval activities. Seattle, Washington, February 19-23, 1997. Aquaculture Drugs and Chemicals Approval Update, Arlington, Virginia, September 30, Schnick, R.A. 1997. Current status and future needs for drugs in aquaculture: regional needs. Workshop on International Harmonization for Schnick, R.A. 1997. Partial support for National Drugs and Biologics, Seattle, Washington, Coordinator for Aquaculture New Animal Drug
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Applications. WRAC IAC/TC Meeting, Reno, American Chemical Society, Dallas, Texas, Schnick, R.A. 1998. Priorities subcommittee report. Schnick, R.A. 1998. Drug approval partnership. Workshop on International Harmonization of Aquaculture Drugs and Biologics, Las Vegas, Administrator’s Section, Phoenix, Arizona, April Schnick, R.A. 1998. Upcoming successes for aquaculture drug approvals in the United States Coordinator activities. FWS-INAD Coordination through unique partnerships. Special Session, AAquaculture drug approvalsBa success story about to happen,@ 29th Annual Meeting of the World Aquaculture Society, Las Vegas, Nevada, Schnick, R.A. 1998. NADA Coordinator update. Meeting of the JSA Working Group on Quality Schnick, R.A. 1998. Progress on 5-year plan items (Plan items 1, 2, 12, and 13). Working Group on Quality Assurance in Aquaculture Production, Schnick, R.A. 1998. Overview of the activities of the 29th Annual Meeting of the World Aquaculture National Coordinator for Aquaculture New Society, Las Vegas, Nevada, February 15-19, Animal Drug Applications and suggestions for enhancing dialogue with the Minor Use Animal Schnick, R.A. 1998. Introduction and discussion of Animal Drug Program Technical Committee for INADs and extra-label use. Special Session, NRSP-7, Rockville, Maryland, September 22, AAquaculture drug approvals through producer INADs?,@ 29th Annual Meeting of the World Schnick, R.A. 1998. The effect of the Animal Drug Modernization Act of 1997 on approvals of Schnick, R.A. 1998. INADs and other drug business. animal health products for minor species/minor PNFHPC meeting, 29th Annual Meeting of the uses. 1998 Animal Health Institute Joint World Aquaculture Society, Las Vegas, Nevada, Meeting, San Diego, California, November 9, Schnick, R.A. 1998. Aquaculture drug approval Schnick, R.A. 1998. Overview of IAFWA Project update. Meeting of the Aquaculture & Seafood Aquaculture Drug Approval Project, La Crosse, Medical Association, 29th Annual Meeting of the World Aquaculture Society, Las Vegas, Nevada, Schnick, R.A. 1998. Overview of the international aspects of antimicrobial sensitivity determination Schnick, R.A. 1998. Progress on aquaculture drug and the need for harmonization in aquaculture approvals. Fisheries Management and Habitat Protection Statewide Training Conference, Green Weymouth, England, November 24-27, 1998. Schnick, R.A. 1998. IAFWA Project status and Schnick, R.A. 1999. National NADA Office progress. Meeting of the Inland Fisheries Committee, North American Natural Resources Aquaculture Drugs and Chemicals Approval Conference, Orlando, Florida, March 20-24, UpdateC1999, Arlington, Virginia, January 11, Schnick, R.A. 1998. Use of chemicals in fish Schnick, R.A. 1999. Introduction and discussion of management and fish culture: past and future. Symposium, AXenobiotic metabolism in fish,@
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Aquaculture America >99, Tampa, Florida, Quality Assurance in Aquaculture Production, Schnick, R.A. 1999. Update on activities of the Schnick, R.A. 1999. International harmonisation of National Coordinator for Aquaculture New antibacterial agent approvals and susceptibility Animal Drug Applications. Meeting of the Joint Subcommittee on Aquaculture, Working Group Association of Fish Pathologists 9th International on Quality Assurance in Aquaculture Production, Conference, ADiseases of Fish and Shellfish,@ Aquaculture America >99, Tampa, Florida, Schnick, R.A. 1999. Update on the IAFWA drug Schnick, R.A. 2000. National Coordinator for approval process. 1999 Mid-Continent Fish Aquaculture New Animal Drug Applications Culture Workshop, North Kansas City, Missouri, update. Working Group on Quality Assurance in Aquaculture Production at Aquaculture America 2000, New Orleans, Louisiana, February 2, Schnick, R.A. 1999. Aquaculture drug approval progress for the catfish industry. Annual Meeting of the Catfish Farmers of America, New Orleans, Schnick, R.A. 2000. Introduction and background to the MUMS legislation. Special Session AFuture drug approval process: MUMS opportunities,@ Schnick, R.A. 1999. Advances in fishery chemicals. AReeling in the next millennium,@ Cheyenne, Schnick, R.A. 2000. You can make a difference. Special Session AFuture drug approval process: Schnick, R.A. 1999. Overview of florfenicol MUMS opportunities.@ Aquaculture America approval process. Coordination meeting for 2000, New Orleans, Louisiana, February 2-5, florfenicol efficacy studies, La Crosse, Schnick, R.A. 2000. Drug approvals. Mid-Continent Schnick, R.A. 1999. Progress and issues related to Warmwater Fish Culture Workshop, Council the federal-state aquaculture drug approval Schnick, R.A. 2000. New drug approval progress. Francisco, California, March 25-28, 1999. Meeting, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, February Schnick, R.A. 1999. International cooperation toward aquaculture drug approvals. 30th Annual Meeting of the World Aquaculture Society, Sydney, Schnick, R.A. 2000. Update on the Federal-State Australia, April 26-May 2, 1999. (Keynote International Association for Fish and Wildlife Schnick, R.A. 1999. USA programs related to Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, March 26, 2000. aquaculture drug approval development and issues. Australian Department of Agriculture, Schnick, R.A. 2004. Brief overviewCRecent Fisheries and Forestry, Canberra, Australia, May developments and highlights on drug approval Meeting, Atlantic City, New Jersey, September Coordination Workshop, Bozeman, Montana, Schnick, R.A. 2004. Review and Policy Guidance #5CStrategic plan for end point to IAFWA Schnick, R.A. 1999. Aquaculture NADA Coordinator Meeting, Atlantic City, New Jersey, September update. Meeting of the JSA Working Group on
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America 2005, New Orleans, Louisiana, January PlanCNational Coordinator for Aquaculture Approval Working Group Meeting, Atlantic Schnick, R.A. 2005. Highlights on IAFWA Project drug approval progress. Drug Approval Working Group Meeting, Arlington, Virginia, March 16, Schnick, R.A. 2004. Aquaculture outside of NRSP-7. Schnick, R.A. 2005. Questions in Strategic Plan for End Point to the IAFWA Project. Drug Approval Schnick, R.A. 2004. Drug issue and needs for Working Group Meeting, Arlington, Virginia, Southern U.S. Marine Aquaculture. Workshop Southern United States, Sarasota, Florida, PlanCNational Coordinator for Aquaculture November 16, 2004. PowerPoint presentation New Animal Drug Applications. Drug Approval distributed to interested entities and placed on Working Group Meeting, Arlington, Virginia, the National Aquaculture NADA Coordinator Schnick, R.A. 2005. Aquaculture drug approval Schnick, R.A. 2005. An update on the approval of therapeutants for use in aquaculture. Coolwater Fish Culture Workshop, Cherry Valley Lodge, Schnick, R.A. 2005. Upcoming aquaculture drug approvals. American Fisheries Society Fish Schnick, R.A. 2005. Need for a zero withdrawal anesthetic for coolwater fish culture. Coolwater Fish Culture Workshop, Cherry Valley Lodge, Schnick, R.A. 2005. Matrices for tracking major aquaculture drug approval development. 11th Schnick, R.A. 2005. Drug Matrix Database. JSA Annual Drug Approval Coordination Workshop, Aquaculture Production, Aquaculture America 2005, New Orleans, Louisiana, January 17, Schnick, R.A. 2005. Brief overview—recent developments and highlights on drug approval Schnick, R.A. 2005. INAD/NADA OverviewC17 α- Meeting, Nashville, Tennessee, September 15, Schnick, R.A. 2005. Overview of the status of (1) Expansion and extension of the oxytetracycline Schnick, R.A. 2005. Responsible use of therapeutants (OTC) label claims, (2) Initial label claims for drugs in aquaculture. Environmental and Ethical Issues in Aquaculture, Aquaculture America submissions on these and other aquaculture 2005, New Orleans, Louisiana, January 19, drugs, and (4) Information on public and private aquaculture production statistics. Meeting on Microbial Food Safety Data Requirements for Schnick, R.A. 2005. Update on product approvals for Oral Oxytetracycline and Chloramine-T for fish health. Striped Bass Industry Forum, Freshwater Aquaculture, Rockville, Maryland, Schnick, R.A. 2005. Highlights and progress toward Schnick, R.A. 2006. Internet-based drug matrix aquaculture drug approvals. Producer Session database and application. Working Group on ASuccesses in Drug Approvals,@ Aquaculture Quality Assurance in Aquaculture Production
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meeting at Aquaculture America 2006, Las Schnick, R.A. 2006. Drug approval status: Why we are where we are and not where you thought we should be. 31st Eastern Fish Health Workshop, Schnick, R.A. 2006. 2005 Survey to determine unmet Charleston, South Carolina, March 27-31, 2006. label claims for the IAFWA Project drugs. Schnick, R.A. 2006. Presentation to NRSP-7. NRSP- Aquaculture Production meeting at Aquaculture 7 Spring Meeting 2006, Rockville, Maryland, America 2006, Las Vegas, Nevada, February 13, Schnick, R.A. 2006. Private aquaculture sector Schnick, R.A. 2006. Drug approvals for salmonids: survey needed to complete the exciting progress success soon. US Trout Farmers Association toward drug approvals. National Association of Industry Update at Aquaculture America 2006, State Aquaculture Coordinators, Little Rock, Schnick, R.A. 2006. 17alpha-methyltestosterone Schnick, R.A. 2006. History of efforts toward activities timeline. 17alpha-methyltestosterone: Approval status and activities overview at Veterinary Medicine, Rockville, Maryland, June Aquaculture America 2006, Las Vegas, Nevada, Schnick, R.A. 2006. Overview of Public Aquaculture Schnick, R.A. 2006. Update on product approvals for Sector Survey to determine unmet label claims fish health. Striped Bass Growers Association Industry Update at Aquaculture America 2006, Workshop, La Crosse, Wisconsin, August 1-2, Schnick, R.A. 2006. Partnerships toward the approval Schnick, R.A. 2006. Introduction to non-IAFWA Industry Update at Aquaculture America 2006, projects for aquaculture drug approvals. 12th Coordination Workshop, La Crosse, Wisconsin, Schnick, R.A. 2006. Recent aquaculture drug “Aquaculture Drug Approval Successes” at Aquaculture America 2006, Las Vegas, Nevada, Coordinator’s perspective on non-IAFWA Project drugs. 12th Annual Aquaculture Drug Approval Coordination Workshop, La Crosse, Schnick, R.A. 2006. Special funding for aquaculture drug approvals. Producer Session “Aquaculture Drug Approval Successes” at Aquaculture Schnick, R.A. 2006. Update on AFWA Project America 2006, Las Vegas, Nevada, February 16, Drugs. AFWA Drug Approval Working Group, Schnick, R.A. 2006. Update and status of IAFWA Schnick, R.A. 2006. Advances toward drug approvals Project drugs. Drug Approval Working Group, for farmed fish. Penn Aqua 2006, Harrisburg, Schnick, R.A. 2006. Brief highlights of the last six Schnick, R.A. 2006. Advances in aquaculture drug approvals. NRSP-7, La Crosse, Wisconsin, Schnick, R.A. 2006. Actual and anticipated NADA Schnick, R.A. 2006. Drug approval status: Then and approvals for 2006-2009. JSA Working Group on Aquaculture Drugs, Biologics, and Pesticides Charleston, South Carolina, March 27-31, 2006. Meeting, Washington, D.C., October 25, 2006.
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