Talbot Symposium 2021 Proceedings

Thank you for joining the Virtual Talbot Veterinary Informatics Symposium on Friday, August 27, 2021. Just as in 2020, this year's Symposium featured several technical informatics talks. We presented our clinically relevant content at VMX Virtual 2021. Be sure to join us again in 2022!

You will find copies of the presenter's slide decks and relevant articles below. Recordings will be available in November 2021!




Time Talk Title & Speakers  Files 
12:00 pm

Opening Remarks from AVI President

Dr. Rachael Kreisler, VMD, MSCE, DACVPM (Epi)


 
12:15 pm

SNOMED-ifying a (mostly) Free-Text Medical Record

Chris Brandt, DVM, MS Medical Informatics, UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine


1:00 pm 
Transfer learning: leveraging human data to build smarter veterinary AI

Nathan Bollig, DVM / VMD, MS Computer Sciences, University of Wisconsin - Madison; U.S. Geological Survey

Amy Nichelason, DVM, DABVP (canine & feline), University of Wisconsin - Madison SVM
2:00 pm 
Data-Driven Approach To Improving Anesthesia Safety in Veterinary Medicine

Emi Saito, VMD, MS, MSPH, MBA, DACVPM (Epidemiology), Banfield Pet Hospital

Kseniya Topdjian, BS, Banfield Pet Hospital 
Marissa Rothenbaum, DVM, Banfield Pet Hospital

3:00 pm

Multiomic Analyses Lead to Breakthroughs in Medicine

Celeste Allaband, DVM, PhD Candidate, University of California San Diego


4:00 pm

Information behavior studies to improve companion animal welfare

Niloofar Solhjoo, BS in LIS, MS in Information Management, PhD Candidate, Victoria University of Wellington


5:00 pm

Aerial imagery, veterinary epidemiology and computer vision: challenges, successes and lessons learnt

Caitlin Pfeiffer, DVM, PhD Epidemiology, The University of Melbourne






AVI was pleased to sponsor a one-day Virtual Talbot Veterinary Informatics Symposium in 2020 and several clinical-focused talks at VMX in 2021.


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