Previous events

IMI AMR Accelerator Cross-Pillar Meeting

Virtual closed meeting for IMI AMR Accelerator partners to get up to speed with the most novel developments from the Consortium's projects. About this Event IMI AMR Cross-Pillar Meeting (invitation only) This is an online meeting. Dial-in details will be available upon registration. /// WHY YOU SHOULD JOIN /// - Find out about Accelerator projects […]

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AMR Conference

Join online over 400 international AMR experts for a week-long learning and networking experience. The 4th AMR conference is the one-stop-shop for all AMR stakeholders from industry, SMEs, start-ups, big pharma, academia, clinics, regulatory bodies, investors, public institutions and policy to discuss all relevant challenges of bringing new antimicrobial treatments and diagnostics in the market. […]

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Webinar: Animal infection models to study antibiotics against gram-negative bacteria

This webinar will provide an overview of animal infection models commonly used for studies of antibiotics against gram-negative bacteria. The webinar is driven by the COMBINE objective to harmonize and standardize a protocol for a mouse infection model used for efficacy and PKPD studies. The infection model will be validated through well-characterized bacterial strains and […]

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Online event: Keynote on AMR and TB by Peter Warn at COMBINE Annual Meeting

December 3, 2020, 3.30PM-4.30PM CET Peter Warn is an experienced antimicrobial discovery scientist and consultant with a long and successful record of working in the anti-infective discovery industry. His expertise goes from antimicrobial development (antibacterial, anti-fungal, anti-parasitic and anti Mtb), including in vitro, and animal models from basic models through to PKPD and assisting in […]

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World TB Day

Each year, World Tuberculosis (TB) Day is commemorated on March 24 to raise public awareness about the devastating health, social and economic consequences of TB, and to step up efforts to end the global TB epidemic. The date marks the day in 1882 when Dr Robert Koch announced that he had discovered the bacterium that […]

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