Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) is a global issue which crosses many disciplines and includes areas as varied as the spread of infectious diseases and superbugs, food safety and agriculture. If you are a University of Nottingham researcher interested in antimicrobial resistance then this newly funded initiative is of relevance to you.
A new grant has been made available from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) for two years to explore the complex problem of AMR. Pump prime funding and a variety of events are available from the Bridging the Gaps: Systems-level approaches to antimicrobial resistance project, based in the School of Mathematical Sciences.
To find out more come to our launch event, which will provide an overview of the issues in tackling antimicrobial resistance, current funding opportunities (both through and complementary to the Bridging-the-Gaps initiative), and will provide opportunities to present research interests and for networking.
To register for this free event please visit the Centre for Mathematical Medicine and Biology website or email email@example.com.
Tags: antimicrobial resistance, Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, EPSRC, funding, network, research, School of Mathematical Sciences
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