Jasmeet is an Associate Professor in Epidemiology and Farm Animal Health. She is leading Ruminant Population Health research area in the School of Veterinary Medicine and Science.Her research includes using data/big data to advance our understanding of livestock health, welfare and behaviour. The main goal of her research is to improve animal health and welfare on farms. To achieve this she combines understanding of disease biology, epidemiology, animal behaviour with use of innovative technologies (precision livestock technologies), data analytics and predictive modelling in my studies. She is also interested in decision making of stakeholders in this domain esp farmer and vet behaviour.
Dr Kaler has taken part in media interviews for BBC Radio and BBC East Midlands Today, as well as various online news stories. More information about her research is available on her website.
Levy bodies (Animal Health Development Board), member of Veterinary Council of India
BBC regional TV news and radio, online news.
Precision technologies. Smart farming. Precision agriculture. Sheep Lameness. Cattle Lameness. Sensors for livestock. Stakeholder decsion-making. Farmer behaviour.
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