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
Affinity and resistance to antibiotics and its internationalisation
Antibiotic Resistance Related Interventions: Impact Evaluation Modelling Workshop
Reducing antibiotics to strengthen intensive and industrial livestock farming? AMR and agri-food transitions in the age of Anthropocene
Using genomics to diagnose infectious diseases: better to use the pathogen or the host?
From global to local: addressing the threat of AMR to STI control
Understanding genomic variation associated with AMR using AI and machine learning techniques
UnMasked: We All Breathe
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