Antimicrobial Resistance Centre
The Antimicrobial Resistance Centre works to address the threat of AMR to life and healthcare globally through high quality research and evidence to guide action. The Centre's breadth of disciplines - ranging from microbiology and clinical medicine to social studies and economics - is being used to meet this complex challenge, fostering connections between scientific approaches and generating innovative approaches to science and policy.
Events in this series
Does antimicrobial resistance spell the end for modern medicine?
Mycoplasma genitalium - the 'silent' emerging super-bug
Demonstrating the role of the contaminated environment in transmission of healthcare-associated pathogens: New methods for terminal disinfection
Antimicrobial Resistance: Why is it important?
The Challenges of Estimating the Burden of AMR
Global efforts to build AMR surveillance in low resource settings, examples from the Fleming Fund
Redefining susceptibility and resistance to anti-tuberculosis drugs
Addressing Issues around Antimicrobial Resistance in Asia: Lessons from Pakistan and Cambodia
Superbugs: An Arms Race against Bacteria
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