Tag: CVBD,Companion Vector-Borne Diseases,One Health,Public Health,Veterinary Medicine,International Veterinary Students' Association,IVSA

Big Data For Small Animals

Published: March 20, 2018
Big Data primarily refers to the processing of large, complex and rapidly changing data volumes. In research, new insights can be gained by linking large amounts of data and statistical evaluations. Prof. Alan Radford is the academic lead of the Small Animal Veterinary Surveillance Network (SAVSNET), an initiative from the University of Liverpool. SAVSNET plays a pioneering role in the analysis of clinical data in real-time in order to identify trends that might indicate outbreaks of infectious disease or an occurrence of new diseases in pet populations in a timely ...

Why Zika is no danger for pets but other vector transmitted diseases are

Published: August 09, 2016
Many people wonder if their pets can also get infected or play a role in the ZIKA transmission. This worry can be answered with a clear “no”. But still many other diseases like Leishmaniosis can be transmitted from parasites to pets so bite prevention is absolutely critical to reduce the ...


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