SAVSNet-Agile

SAVSNet-Agile will link the large and expanding SAVSNet data resource to state-of-the-art informatics, statistics and genomic technologies, to develop a suite of near realtime actionable health resources. These will be applied to key challenges in canine health and welfare, and facilitate the establishment of a national response protocol for emerging canine diseases. 

SAVSNet-Agile is funded by Dogs Trust and brings together the University of Liverpool, University of ManchesterLancaster UniversityUniversity of Bristol and the Animal Health Trust.

 

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The SAVSNet-Agile team

Meet the team working on this exciting project

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Research at University of Liverpool

Find out about work on real-time decision support for dogs, focusing on Diabetes and obesity for individual patients

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Research at University of Bristol and Animal Health Trust

Find out about work on creating a rapid response for dealing with canine disease outbreaks

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Research at University of Manchester

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Research at University of Lancaster

Find out about work on real-time statistical anomaly detection for spatiotemporal streaming data

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The virtual biobank at University of Liverpool

Find out about rapid state-of-the-art genetic analyses of microbiological samples from the SAVSNET laboratory network