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April 2022

AMR Accelerator Cross-project Meeting

6. April 2022
Basel, Switzerland

The 3rd AMR Accelerator Cross-project Meeting for the AMR Accelerator community, a total of 9  projects, will take place on 06 April 2022 in Basel, Switzerland. Please find the final agenda below:     DOWNLOAD THE FULL PROGRAMME HERE

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6th AMR Conference 2022 – Novel Antimicrobials & AMR Diagnostics

7. April 2022 - 8. April 2022
Congress Center Basel, Messeplatz 21
Basel, 4058 Switzerland
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After two years of digital AMR Conferences, we will finally meet each other in person for the 6th AMR Conference 2022 in Basel, Switzerland. Looking forward to see you there! Sign up for our AMR newsletter to stay updated about the status of further planning as well as other AMR-related news.  

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June 2022

COMBINE Expert Workshop on Monoclonal Antibodies for AMR Pathogens

8. June 2022 @ 3:00 PM - 9. June 2022 @ 6:00 PM CEST
Online

Antibiotic resistance has created an imminent need for innovative approaches for prevention and therapy of nosocomial infections. Monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) are an increasingly promising strategy, but many hurdles in the development of these products remain. This free online workshop will provide an open discussion forum to identify and prioritize specific challenges and propose mitigation strategies to be implemented in future developments. Investigators from industry, academia, regulatory agencies and public health bodies working in preclinical or clinical development of mAbs for…

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New Perspectives on Bacterial Drug Resistance

9. June 2022 @ 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM CEST
Online

JPIAMR in partnership with the Medical Research Council (MRC UKRI) are hosting a workshop on antibiotic resistance, specifically looking for input from Early to Mid-Career Researchers. Antibiotic resistance is prevalent in bacterial infections across the world, threatening many of the fundamentals of modern medicine. A huge amount of work and funding has been focussed on understanding antibiotic resistance and developing novel strategies to overcome this growing problem. The question is, where are the remaining research gaps in this area? We…

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Public Webinar: How CARB-X Partners are Addressing the Global Health Threat of AMR

9. June 2022 @ 3:00 PM - 3:30 PM CEST
Online Switzerland

A 30-minute public webinar will be held on June 9, 2022 at 09:00 AM EDT with representatives from CARB-X, BARDA, Wellcome and NIAID to discuss the global health issues of AMR, and how CARB-X and its partners are working together to address them. The webinar celebrates a recent announcement in which BARDA and Wellcome have committed up to an additional US$370 million to CARB-X. Attendance is free and open to the public.

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Vaccination as a strategy to combat Antimicrobial Resistance

17. June 2022 @ 12:00 AM - 2:00 PM CEST
Online

Vaccination programs are known to be effective to both promote the prudent use of antibiotics and to prevent the spread of AMR. JPIAMR, in partnership with the Medical Research Council and BactiVac Network, are holding a live webinar to identify opportunities and priorities for vaccine research from an immunological perspective to a wider translational context, in the field of antimicrobial resistance (AMR). The objectives of the webinar are: To identify ways in which vaccination could be used to curb AMR To examine the…

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Gordon Research Conference on Drug Resistance

26. June 2022 - 1. July 2022
Bryant University, 1150 Douglas Pike
Smithfield, RI 02917 United States
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The prosperity of the modern world is threatened by the emergence of drug resistant pathogens, pesticide-resistant insects and herbicide-resistant weeds. Novel investigational cancer drugs increase life expectancy, but fail when resistance develops. The same principles of evolution drive the development of resistance in all of these contexts, yet each field attacks the problem of resistance alone. The Drug Resistance Gordon Research Conference (DRGRC) provides a unique forum where scientists and physicians working in infectious diseases, cancer and agriculture come together…

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July 2022

UNITE4TB webinar: Progress made to date in shortening TB treatment

7. July 2022 @ 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM CEST
Online

Recap of the third UNITE4TB webinar: Progress made to date in shortening TB treatment UNITE4TB held its third public webinar on Thursday 7 July, with a focus on the recent changes in the World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines for the treatment of Tuberculosis (TB) and an evaluation of the evidence underpinning the shortening of TB treatment for both drug-sensitive and drug-resistant disease. The keynote speaker for the session was Dr. Patrick Phillips, UNITE4TB Consortium member from the University of California,…

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COMBINE Poster Presentations at the Gordon Research Conference on Disruptive Antibiotics and Non-Antibiotic Therapies to Combat Drug-Resistant Bacterial Infections

24. July 2022 - 29. July 2022
In-person Lucca, Italy

The prosperity of the modern world is threatened by the emergence of drug resistant pathogens, pesticide-resistant insects and herbicide-resistant weeds. Novel investigational cancer drugs increase life expectancy, but fail when resistance develops. The same principles of evolution drive the development of resistance in all of these contexts, yet each field attacks the problem of resistance alone. The Drug Resistance Gordon Research Conference (DRGRC) provides a unique forum where scientists and physicians working in infectious diseases, cancer and agriculture come together…

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REVIVE Webinar: New approaches to antibiotic discovery

26. July 2022 @ 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM CEST
Online Switzerland

On 26 July, James J. Collins and Richard Lee will be discussing the use of Synthetic biology and interdisciplinary approaches for antibiotic discovery.

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