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SEMINAR PROCEEDINGS- Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics for Improved Veterinary Care
The inaugural vHive event on the 11th Dec 23. With speaker permissions we now share the following presentations.
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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.
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.
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.
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships
This is done through improving their competitiveness and productivity through the better use of knowledge, technology, and skills which others have. KTPs exist to meet a care strategic need and identify innovative solutions which help businesses grow.
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.
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.
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.
The “Ranch Livestock to Market” Programme
Good ranch management practice is essential if optimal livestock production, productivity and marketing are to be realised.