The Global Burden of Animal Diseases (GBADs) programme gave a Special Session presentation at ISVEE 16. Members of the GBADs team gave multiple talks on the work each theme are working on and how each theme links together. You can find the abstracts from our presentations below. Previous Next The current use of economics in … Continue reading GBADs special session, ISVEE 2022
This blog by Kassy Raymond, part of the Informatics Theme, demonstrates the utility of graph databases for finding commonalities in data using an example from the Global Burden of Animal Diseases. You can find the full version here.
Well done to Prof. Paul Wood, AO, who won the Eureka prize for outstanding mentoring of young researchers this week. Prof. Wood is a member of our review panel and as a programme we would like to congratulate Paul for this award, it is well deserved!
On Saturday 13th August, we had our annual meeting for 2022 in Halifax, Canada after ISVEE. We had discussions on side meetings we had during the week and linking with collaborators. Kevin Watkins, Andrew Larkins and Ben Huntington presented a session on risk mitigation which gave the team time to discuss 3 main risks and … Continue reading GBADs Annual Meeting, 2022
From August 7-12, 2022, members of the GBADs programme attended the 16th International Symposium of Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics (ISVEE), in Halifax, Canada, to share and discuss the current work and progress of the GBADs programme with fellow leading Animal Health scientists. During the conference, GBADs had their own Special Session taking place on Thursday … Continue reading GBADs at the 16th International Symposium of Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics (ISVEE)
Dr. Theresa Bernardo, Informatics Theme Lead , recently gave the presentation “GBADs: Connecting Data for Animal and One Health Decisions” to the North American Veterinary Leadership of the Canadian, US and Mexican Veterinary Medical Associations on July 18th, 2022. If you have any contact on the presentation, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org