If you are interested in attending any of the events below, please contact Anthony O'Donnell
Early Career Researcher workshop on diagnostics for Antimicrobial Resistance
20 November 2017
Burlington House, London, UK
Antimicrobial Resistance Conference in collaboration with the Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences and the Royal Society of Chemistry
Date: 23-24 November 2017
Antibiotic Research UK - Annual Lecture
Date: Wednesday 11th October 2017
Location: Attlee Room at Portcullis House, Westminster
The programme for the afternoon’s event can be found HERE.
The Drugs Don't Work: Symposium on Antimicrobial Resistance & Host-Pathogen Interaction
Date: 19-20 Sept 2017
Location: The Diamond, University of Sheffield
5th Mol Micro & 4th M4 Meeting
Date: Wednesday 13th (09:00) - Thursday 14th September 2017 (18:00)
Location: Birmingham B15 2TT, Designation and research interest, Edgbaston, UK, University of Birmingham
Antimicrobial resistance conference
Date: 7-8th September
Location: Nottingham University
The AMR conference will include:
• series of keynote speakers on drug discovery, human health, animal health, the environment and food security
• panel discussions and round table discussions with other attendees
• poster presentations and networking opportunities
• upcoming funding call information from key AMR funders
• overview of the novel AMR work being conducted at The University of Nottingham
Quantitative approaches to antimicrobial resistance
Date: 20-21 July
Location: Edinburgh, EICC
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) has been described by Dame Sally Davies, the Chief Medical Officer, as a “Threat to humanity on a par with climate change”. It is an area that has recently received an injection of funds through a number of cross-council calls in the UK, and is a priority in the delivery plan of MRC, BBSRC and EPSRC. As such, AMR is a highly topical area that has a growing biophysics community across a range of areas from instrumentation for interrogating living bacteria and their interaction with the host, to the application of statistical physics to the development of resistance genes.
In the previous PoL bacteria, infection and biofilms formed the focus of successful workshops and it was clear that there is a growing biological physics community in these areas with strong existing networks spanning into biology. This workshop aims to consolidate some of those links, to build new ones, and to bring focus to bare on a clear societal challenge.
Westminster Health Forum Keynote Seminar
Date: Thursday, 6th July 2017
Location: Central London
Priorities for combating antimicrobial resistance: funding, research and clinical practice with Lord O’Neill of Gatley, Chair, Review on Antimicrobial Resistance and Professor Alan Johnson, Head, Department of HCAI and AMR National Infection Service, Public Health England and James Anderson, Chair, Antibiotic Network, ABPI and Head of Corporate Government Affairs, GSK
with contributions from: Dr Suzy Lishman, Royal College of Pathologists and Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust; Dr Anita Sharma, NHS Oldham Clinical Commissioning Group and NICE Quality Standard Advisory Committee; Harpal Dhillon, Royal Pharmaceutical Society and Daniel White, Cepheid and BIVDA
If you are interested in attending please let us know at email@example.com
National Symposium - Bridging the Gaps between EPS and AMR
National symposium showcasing research from the 11 UK Bridging the Gaps recipients (funded by the EPSRC as part of a cross-council initiative to tackle antimicrobial resistance).
Here are some symposium photos:
BristolBridge 2nd Annual Conference and Impact & Industry Day: Building Partnerships to Tackle the Global Challenge of Antimicrobial Resistance
Date: Wednesday 10 May - Thursday 11 May, 2017
Location: School of Chemistry (LT3 and East Foyer), University of Bristol.
The event will opened by the Pro Vice Chancellor for Health, Prof. John Iredale, and will showcase research projects funded by BristolBridge, our impact activities and opportunities for partnering with industry. If you are interested in attending please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org
Invitation to NAMRIP Summer Conference - 5th June 2017
Join University of Southampton to hear results from the many pump priming projects that were funded from our EPSRC Network for Antimicrobial Action 'Bridging the Gap' call funding. Topics; ranging from changing behaviour in healthcare settings to how cilia in our respiratory passages can fight microbes with special sugars; will present a picture of an on-going battle against Anti-Microbial Resistance (AMR) where research engineers have worked alongside colleagues from social and human sciences and medicine to find solutions to this global problem.
AMR networking event at the University of Warwick on the 29 March 2017. The event is organised by the Innovative Manufacturing Global Research Priorities in conjunction with Warwick Antimicrobial Interdisciplinary Centre .
The event is an opportunity to foster collaborative links with partners from other universities who share an interest in tackling antimicrobial resistance with EPS research. It is aimed atearly career academics (Doctorate student to Assistant Professor) interested in applying engineering, manufacturing and physical sciences to tackle antimicrobial resistance, e.g. innovative materials and structures, drug delivery, smart surfaces, diagnostics . It offers the chance to win funding for collaborations, travel, internships and other ideas
If you are interested in attending please contact us at email@example.com.
BBC 4 Radio drama coming shortly – ‘Resistance’; a story about the nightmare scenario of an AMR epidemic
Interdisciplinary Research on Antimicrobial Resistance, 2-3 March 2017, Bristol
We are pleased to announce a workshop to be held on the afternoon of Thursday 2 March and all day Friday 3 March.
The workshop will provide opportunities to:
• identify research questions in AMR that require social science input in conjunction with medical, biological, veterinary or life sciences
• discuss challenges and solutions in conducting interdisciplinary research
• develop or consolidate suitable research collaborations
Participants will have opportunities to hear about existing examples of successful interdisciplinary collaboration, develop links with potential collaborators for research proposal development and explore future interdisciplinary funding opportunities. There will be a particular focus on global research. UK Research Council representatives will be present. The workshop will be relevant both to groups already working across disciplines (including one or more of the social sciences) and to researchers seeking new collaborations.
SHAMROK: Professor Laura Puddock presents 'Multi drug efflux systems: from basic research to discovering efflux inhibitors'
7th February 2017 at 4pm (Drinks reception afterwards until 6pm)
Lecture Theatre 2 (B-Floor)
Medical School, The University of Sheffield
University of Nottingham Chancellor's Lecture Series - tackling drug resistance
Tuesday 24th January 2017 (18:30-21:00)
Location: Royal College of Physicians, 11 St Andrews Place, Regent’s Park, London, NW1 4LE
You can now watch the event recording here.
SHAMROK Workshop 3: 'Small molecules - drug delivery and discovery'
17 January 2016
Location: The Diamond, The University of Sheffield
This workshop, funded by EPSRC as part of the Sheffield Antimicrobial Resistance Network (SHAMROK) grant, will focus on the role of small molecules as antibiotics from both the clinical and scientific perspective. The network wishes to embrace engineering and physical sciences expertise to tackle AMR, by starting new collaborations and fostering new applications of methods and technologies. The workshop will include presentations from experts with experience of working in different areas of small molecule drug design and evaluation, including internationally leading scientists, healthcare professionals and industrial scientists working in R&D relevant to AMR. It will highlight some of the existing activities within Sheffield, some new developments looking for AMR application, and provide plenty of opportunities to take part in discussion sessions, networking and to introduce your work through flash presentations.
A joint workshop organised by the Universities of Southampton and Newcastle and the Food Standards Agency
Title: Food retailers, supply chains and the anti-microbial resistance challenge
Date: 25 November
University of Warwick
Title: 'AMR Clinical Sandpit'
Date: 23 November 2016
Location: Chancellor's Suite, University of Warwick
The University of Nottingham
Title: Free course - Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) in the Food Chain
Date: 14 November 2016
Sheffield Antimicrobial Resistance Network (SHAMROK)
Workshop: Engineering & physical methods for understanding microorganisms & AMR
Date:2 November 2016
Time: 9.10am-5.00pm (Registration from 9am)
Location: The Diamond, The University of Sheffield
Title: ‘How does bacterial growth environment affect antibiotic efficacy and the evolution of resistance?’
Date: 19 October 2016
Location: LT6, Floor E, Hicks Building
Speaker: Dr Rosalind Allen (School of Physics and Astronomy, Edinburgh University)
Title: ‘Modification of the host cell surface as a strategy to reduce bacterial adhesion’
Date:10 October 2016
Location: Lecture Theatre F2, Firth Court
Speaker: Dr Pete Monk
Imperial College London
Title: Antimicrobial Research Collaborative Conference
Date:22nd September 2016
Time: 09.00 - 18.00
Location: G16, Sir Alexander Fleming Building, South Kensington Campus