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Understanding feline pruritis from the pet owner’s perspective – Poster
This informative poster created by the vHive team, namely Georgina Cherry, showcasing the work on how social listening can be used to understand feline pruritis from the pet owner’s perspective.
Why animal health is so important
Animals are a source of food for humans, and if they are not healthy, the food they provide us with will not be as nutritious.
Driving Digital Innovation in Animal Health
Animal health is a rapidly growing industry with new innovations constantly being developed to improve the health and wellbeing of animals. The animal health sector is made up of many different businesses that provide products and services to care for animals.
Understanding feline pruritis from the pet owners perspective
Social media are seldom explored in animal health despite the potential for insights into pet owners perceptions.
What is the Human Animal Bond?
The human animal bond is the connection between humans and companion animals. It is a close relationship that, in some cases, can go back to our earliest experiences of being cared for by an animal, be it a cat or a dog.
Deep Learning for Necrosis Detection Using Canine Perivascular Wall Tumour
Necrosis seen in histopathology Whole Slide Images is a major criterion that contributes towards scoring tumour grade which then determines treatment options. However conventional manual assessment suffers from inter-operator reproducibility impacting grading precision.
Rectified Classifier Chains for Prediction of Antibiotic Resistance
Predicting Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) from genomic data has important implications for human and animal healthcare, and especially given its potential for more rapid diagnostics and informed treatment choices.
Bees use patterns to find flowers, not just colours
Bees are one of the most important pollinators of agricultural crops, and their populations have been in decline in recent years. There are many reasons for this decline, including the use of pesticides, loss of habitat, and disease.
The Innovations Shaping the Animal Health Industry
The animal health industry is experiencing a digital transformation, and this article looks at some of the ways Big Data is disrupting the animal health industry.
Anime Health Innovation Network AHIN
What’s new for AHIN?
As many of you know, the Animal Health Innovation Network has been formed to bring together academia and industry to drive innovations within the animal health sector.
Noah logo
NOAH is committed to One Health which includes limiting the development of antimicrobial resistance by promoting responsible use and stewardship of antibiotics. Offering training to all their members, NOAH helps individuals to understand the risks and know when to give and not to give antibiotics.
Anime Health Innovation Network AHIN
Animal Health Innovation Network
The Animal Health Innovation Network bring together academia, research organisations and industry to drive innovation in the animal health sector by creating shared opportunities for value creation through collaborations, data and digital transformation.
Project Update from Bryony Armson
We hope that the information obtained may identify research gaps for future studies and help develop solutions for effective disease control.
Health outcomes arising from human-animal interactions including zoonotic disease and antimicrobial resistance
That animal and human health are interdependent is increasingly recognised. Sixty percent of infectious diseases in humans are zoonotic, but despite their combined prevalence and statutory reporting in the UK, zoonoses are poorly studied.
Laura EnvDis project
EnvDis – human salmonellosis and its epidemiology
Laura’s project is part of the One Health European Joint Programme (OHEJP) formation projects under the name of EnvDis. It is co-founded by Zoetis and benefits from the collaboration with PHE.
vHive head Alasdair Cook casts eye over digital tech in animal health
Animal Pharm analyst Sian Lazell spoke to our own Dr Alasdair Cook – to gain an overview of the digital technology space within the industry.
vHive announces A.L.P.H.A. collaboration with Zoetis funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
This initiative seeks to holistically approach the development of a sustainable Animal Health market that will target farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa by mobilizing the infrastructure, expertise and products currently available. Importantly, A.L.P.H.A. is dedicated to including smallholder livestock keepers in the initiative.
Head of vHive presents at The Veterinary Innovation Summit
The Veterinary Innovation Summit is a collision of different ideas, technologies, organizations, and people we are all committed to advancing the future of the veterinary profession. The North American Veterinary Community and Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine have collaborated to create a unique and immersive program that will challenge the status quo while developing a mindset and skillset to thrive in this world of change.