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VCS 2020: Machine Learning for Early Detection of Hemangiosarcoma

VCS 2020: Machine Learning for Early Detection of Hemangiosarcoma

VCS 2020: Machine Learning for Early Detection of Hemangiosarcoma

Taylor DePauw
Taylor DePauw
on behalf of Missouri Veterinary Medical Association

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Launch date: 22 Nov 2020
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Last updated: 28 Feb 2021

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Krystal Harris (28 Feb 2021)
Great speaker, tone and pace was excellent and easy to follow

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At the end of the lecture, attendees should have learned about a new option to detect hemangiosarcoma-associated cells in the circulation of clinically healthy dogs using flow cytometry, and that through the application of machine learning algorithms, the information from this test can be used to assign dogs into risk categories reflecting the likelihood of developing hemangiosarcoma.
Exam offered and MVMA CE certificate issued following presentation.

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At the end of the lecture, attendees should have learned about a new option to detect hemangiosarcoma-associated cells in the circulation of clinically healthy dogs using flow cytometry, and that through the application of machine learning algorithms, the information from this test can be used to assign dogs into risk categories reflecting the likelihood of developing hemangiosarcoma.
Taylor DePauw

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Taylor DePauw
on behalf of Missouri Veterinary Medical Association

Taylor is from Tonka Bay, Minnesota, and graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Stout, where she received her B.S. in Applied Science-Biotechnology. Her time at UW-Stout sparked her interest in pursuing a career in research.

Taylor started in the Modiano Lab in February 2016 and has since been working on developing an early detection test for hemangiosarcoma.

When Taylor is not in the lab, she enjoys spending as much time as she can outdoors with her dogs, Louie and Bentley.

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  • Missouri Veterinary Medical Association
  • 0.25 Hours -
    Exam Attempts: 3
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    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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Krystal Harris (28 Feb 2021)
Great speaker, tone and pace was excellent and easy to follow

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