The FDA (Food and Drug Administration) in the US has stepped up its efforts to combat AMR. Click on the link below to find out more
OneHealth European Joint Programme First Annual Scientific Meeting – Dublin, Ireland on 22nd-24th May 2019. Hosted by Teagasc.
Updates will appear here and on Twitter #ohejpasm2019
Utrecht, The Netherlands, 14th November 2018
Click on link for details AMR Symposium 2018
Most insightful knowledge platform for professionals who wish to eradicate Antimicrobial resistance
More and more solutions to antibiotic resistance, one of the biggest threats to health and food safety, are emerging!
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Theme: Acquainting novel advancements and therapeutic uses in Antibiotics Resistance
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Theme: Antibiotics: Immunological Techniques and Antimicrobial Resistance
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The European EFFORT project is now preparing its international conference titled ‘Antimicrobial Resistance in the Food Chain – From Science to Policy’. From 26 to 28 November 2018, several topics will be covered, amongst them: use of metagenomics for AMR surveillance, optimal use of antimicrobials, exposure of humans to AMR micro-organisms through food, and exploring effective AMU interventions and their economic aspects.
Siloed research will not be effective in addressing the Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) crisis. The PLOS AMR Channel will highlight four pillars of AMR research, but the Channel Editors are united in the belief that a coordinated and complementary research agenda is required to effectively ensure these pillars are integrated in a singular public health response. The Channel provides a space where these pillars are brought together in one platform, and challenges researchers to think beyond individual research domains.
A simple but important question. What can we do to address AMR in Ireland that we are not already doing?
We need to increase the awareness of AMR
Suggestions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
The EU JPIAMR 7th call was announced today.
The overarching goal of JPIAMR research on Surveillance is to standardise, improve and extend surveillance systems on antibiotic use and on AMR in humans, animals, food, and the larger environment. Surveillance is a pre-requisite for assessing the success of AMR stewardship measures, infection prevention and control, and the effectiveness of new therapeutic and diagnostic options.
Click link: JPIAMR 7th Call