“ ... Additionally, the endeavor reflects the idea that humans, animals, and the environment are inextricably linked – a concept championed by UF’s One Health Center of Excellence.

This novel project will allow our college to play a critical role in One Health by embracing the application of innovative AI tools in areas such as comparative oncology and the discovery of common causes of cancer in animals and humans,” Zimmel said. “But that’s just the tip of the iceberg, as AI mining of databases will have far-ranging implications for health and diseases across species. This project will help us facilitate a better understanding of One Health in next-generation students, scientists, and clinical professionals.” ... “

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