Conference February 2021: Responding to emerging infectious diseases
This session of fast paced, four minute, lightning talks showcased a selection of Bloomsbury SET projects. Following an open call to all Bloomsbury SET projects, the following lightning talks were submitted for inclusion in the conference:
Enhancing Political Economy Research Skills to Tackle Infectious Disease and Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Challenges in Livestock Systems. Dr Mehroosh Tak, Lecturer in Agribusiness, RVC
Machine Learning to Combat AMR in Veterinary Practice. Professor David Brodbelt, Professor of Evidence Based Veterinary Medicine, RVC
Developing a Living Efficacy Tracker of Treatments for Soil-Transmitted Helminths.Luzia Freitas, MSc, Tropical Diseases Data Scientist, RVC
PHMB Based Antifungal Nanoparticles for Improved Killing of Zoonotic Fungi. Winnie Ntow-Boahene, PhD Student, RVC
Demographic Drivers of Disease Prevention among Welsh Cattle Farmers. Neil Paton, Lecturer in Farm Animal Health and Production, RVC
Mining the Unmapped Reads in Bovine RNA-Seg Data Reveals the Prevalence of Bovine Herpes Virus-6 in European Dairy Cows and the Associated Changes in their Phenotype and Leucocyte Transcriptome. Dr Laura Buggiotti, Bloomsbury SET Innovation Fellow, RVC
This session is chaired by Caroline Broad, Director, Broad Associates Ltd. and Entrepreneur in Residence, RVC
For more information on programme and biography of speakers visit Past Events.
An overview of the whole Conference can be found here.