There has been much attention paid to the rising threat of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and this has led to increased interest in research aimed at addressing this problem.
This symposium will bring together international experts from many facets of research and policy development to highlight advances that have been made and interventions that are being taken to reduce the burden of AMR, particularly in a global context.
The Colston Research Society is a body comprising academic and external members who are committed to sponsoring and supporting an annual academic symposium on research topics with a high timeliness and current relevance.
The 2019 symposium is being hosted and organised by Bristol AMR - the University of Bristol's interdisciplinary AMR research network, with the support of the Elizabeth Blackwell Institute.
The symposium costs £75. The public lecture is free to attend - a registration link will be available shortly.
Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel
and Bristol and Wills Memorial Building, University of Bristol (public lecture)
Name: University of Bristol Elizabeth Blackwell Institute for Health Research