The Global Burden of Animal Diseases: A New Addition to One Health Data Resources
One Health Seminar Series, University of Guelph
Bernardo & Stacey
The Potential of Precision Medicine Podcast
College of Veterinarians of Ontario (CVO) Podcast Episode
Bernardo, Kelton, & Hadar
College Registrar and CEO Jan Robinson moderates a panel discussion looking at the potential of precision medicine and its application to clinical practice and research. Precision medicine is an emerging term linking data, lifestyle and environment to decisions related to animal care and treatment.
Pan American Health Organization, World Health Organization, and Inter-American Development Bank Webinar
Information Systems & Digital Health - Why this area is key during and after the pandemic
(part of Share-Listen-Act, COVID 19 webinar series)
Internet of Things
Better Data, More Lives Saved
Canadian Science Policy Center - Editorial
Gillis, Sobkowich, & Bernardo
The COVID-19 pandemic highlights areas that need improvement in Canada’s data collection, management, and sharing protocols.
How can we learn from COVID-19 to improve the Canadian pandemic data plan to fully capitalize on the scientific expertise within the country.
Base Paws Feline Webinar Episode
Hadar & Lambrecht
Cat obesity and the use of technology and telemonitoring for cat weight management
Preparing Vets for Success
AAVMC Conference - Workshop
Summary of faculty input on how emerging technologies will effect veterinary practice, education & research.
COVID Dashboard - Canada
Monitoring COVID-19 in Canada
March, 2020 to Present
Sobkowich, Bernardo, & Gillis
Translating data into a set of easy to understand visualizations to describe how the COVID-19 pandemic is changing in Canada. This includes a map of confirmed cases, graphs of new and cumulative confirmed daily case counts and deaths, as well as statistics that describes the case fatality rate, estimates of the doubling time for deaths, and the average percent growth of new daily cases.
Digital Veterinary Summit
The Digital Veterinary Summit showcased emerging technology coming from innovators seeking to optimize customer engagement, facilitate preventative action, enhance clinical processes, and increase compliance through the use of technology for both companion animals and livestock.
Veterinary Innovation Summit
College Station, Texas, USA
An in-depth look at the latest technologies in veterinary health care and the industry's future
Canadian Association of Epidemiology & Veterinary Preventive Medicine
Saint-Hyacinthe, QC, Canada
Campigotto-Categorization of SDMA, creatinine & T4 measurements in cats using random forest, K-means & DBSCAN.
Ouyang- How to Navigate Data & Information Overload?
Ouyang- A look at "Big Data", "Informatics" & "Bioinformatics" in the Animal Health and Veterinary Medical Literature
Hadar- A Preliminary Look at the Use of Technology in a Cat Weight Loss Program
International Symposium of Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics
Chiang Mai, Thailand
Bernardo - A framework for health informatics: big ideas from big data
Campigotto - Managing big data on a PC: modeling body weight and age of over 13 million cats
Ouyang - Health informatics: a scoping review of the veterinary and animal health literature
Guelph, ON, Canada
The day-long conference focused on how technological innovation is poised to impact the future of the industry and showcase global innovation through a Canadian perspective