Our presentation, Discovering Novel Wildlife Health Information, showcased the methods, techniques and products we are developing and using to standardize disparate wildlife disease data and information so that they can be integrated, disseminated and visualized. We explained how we make this information accessible to the public, researchers and decision-makers enabling them to gain new knowledge and a better understanding of wildlife health issues in support of the One Health Initiative.
|Screenshot of presentation recording. Turn it up and listen!|
We are excited to share the video recording of the presentation which is about one hour in length (get the popcorn!) and can be found online at: http://videos.med.wisc.edu/videos/45007
Other presentations in the Global Health Series are also available for viewing online through their archives. This collection of GREAT presentations on global health topics includes a talk by Dr. Hon Ip from the USGS National Wildlife Health Center presenting on the Global Influenza Crisis.
If you are interested in learning more about WDIN's work, contact us at email@example.com. We are always looking for collaboration opportunities, especially related to wildlife health surveillance efforts.
|Cris Marsh, WDIN Content Manager, showing|
off the announcement flyer for our presentation
- Links to projects described in the presentation [pdf]
- An overview of WDIN [pdf]
- Presentation slides [pdf]
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