Join us for the final event of the antimicrobial resistance programme Bridging the Gaps.
This two day event starts with registration from 9am on Thursday 7 September, includes a networking reception event on the Thursday evening, and concludes on Friday 8 September before 5pm.
There will be presentations and panel discussions from:
– Dr Paul Cook (Head of Microbiological Risk Assessment, Food Standards Agency)
– Dr Timo Smieszek (Senior Health Economist / Senior Mathematical Modeller, Public Health England)
– Lillian Greenwood MP
– Michael Seals MBE (Chair, The Animal Health and Welfare Board for England [AHWBE])
– Dr Matthew Jenner (Post-doctoral Research Fellow working in TB developments, University of Warwick)
– Dr Timothy Sloan (Clinical Microbiologist, Nottingham University Hospitals)
– Professor Richard James (Emeritus Professor of Microbiology, The University of Nottingham)
– Aimee Murray (University of Exeter, representing Dr Will Gaze’s team)
Plus presentations from Bridging the Gaps funded cross-disciplinary teams and posters covering topics including:
– Point of care diagnostics and antibiotic reduction in humans and other animals
– Biofilm formation and prevention
– Novel antibiotics
– Transmission and reduction of AMR in the environment
University of Nottingham staff are required to register for this free event at nottingham.ac.uk/antimicrobial-resistance. Interested colleagues from other institutions are most welcome so if you have a visitor with you please do bring them along.
External attendees are required to register for this free event at nottingham.ac.uk/antimicrobial-resistance-external.
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