Ingridâ€™s main interest is optimising the dataflow of all kinds of data and data analysis. In 2007, she qualified as a vet and epidemiologist. She taught biostatistics and epidemiology at the Utrecht University. Her PhD was on haemophilia in human patients, after which she returned to research in veterinary science. In the Netherlands she was involved in several projects on animal health data, surveillance and predictive modelling. Christmas 2014 she moved to the UK to work at the new Vet School, where she will focus on animal health surveillance. She is part of the team running the post-mortem service to gather surveillance data on farm animals. Additionally she is also involved with vHIVE developing health surveillance in dogs using an accelerometer device.