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The Edinburgh AMR Forum is a network of over 100 academics and clinicians from across Edinburgh who are contributing to antimicrobial resistance research. New AMR seminar series

The Edinburgh AMR Forum has launched a new seminar series to featuring speakers from across Edinburgh.  This bi-weekly series features researchers from across Edinburgh who are tackling wide variety of issues that address antimicrobial resistance.

The first seminars in the series will be held online, but we hope to gradually move to in person events as the pandemic allows. 

To help promote collaborations and networking, the online events will be followed by  the opportunity to meet other attendees informally via wonderme.com.  The joining links for the events will be added here when available.

All seminars will be at 4 pm on Wednesday afternoons unless otherwise stated.

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Draft programme
Date Speaker Affiliation Title
10 November 2021 Till Bachmann Infection Medicine Series Launch Series Launch and updates from the DOSA project - Diagnostics for One Health and User Driven Solutions for AMR in India
24 November 2021 Ross Fitzgerald Roslin Institute Investigations into AMR and novel therapeutic targets at the human-animal interface
8 December 2021 Andrea Weiße Schools of Biological Sciences and Informatics

From pathogens to patients – modelling AMR at different scales

19 January 2022 Katie Atkins Usher Institute Quantifying the impact of pneumococcal conjugate vaccines on pneumococcal resistance to antibiotics
2 February 2022 Clark Russell Centre for Inflammation Research Antimicrobial stewardship and Covid-19
9 February 2022 **EXTERNAL SPEAKER** Gopalan Krishnan Sivaraman ICAR- Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, Cochin, India **Note seminar starts at 12 pm GMT** Antimicrobial Use (AMU) and Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) in pathogens and its diagnostics in shrimp aquaculture settings
23 February 2022 Helen Alexander School of Biological Sciences Stochastic emergence of antibiotic resistance in bacterial populations: theory and experiments
9 March 2022 Adrian Muwonge Roslin Institute Surveillance of AMR in Uganda, Malawi and Kenya
16 March 2022 Meriem El Karoui School of Biological Sciences Single cell heterogeneity in E. coli response to DNA damaging antibiotics
20 April 2022 Bryan Wee Usher Institute

Genomics of AMR: From isolates to microbiomes

HYBRID event:  On Zoom and in-person at the Anatomy Lecture Theatre, Teviot Place - please sign-in to attend in person

11 May 2022 Sander Granneman School of Biological Sciences Global post-transcriptional regulation of MRSA virulence by transcription factors
25 May 2022 Gerard Porter Law School Smart Regulation of Antibiotic Use in India
8 June 2022 Bartek Waclaw School of Physics and Astronomy Predictive models of bacterial response and the evolution of resistance to antibiotics
22 June

**EXTERNAL SPEAKER**  Prof Vicki Stone

Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh Antimicrobial properties of nanomaterials
23 June 2022 Vasso Makrantoni Infection Medicine Genome plasticity: A survival strategy for human fungal pathogens - presented at the Edinburgh Infectious Diseases Annual Symposium - register here
14 September 2022 Donald Morrison Edinburgh Napier University The contribution of the natural environment to AMR
28 September 2022 Iona Walker Edinburgh Centre for Medical Anthropology TBC
12 October 2022 Lukas Englemann School of Social and Political Science TBC
26 October 2022 Gabriel Marques Global Academy of Agriculture and Food Security TBC
9 November 2022 Helen Stagg Usher Institute TBC
23 November 2022 Vasso Makrantoni Infection Medicine Investigating the molecular trigger for genome plasticity and its role in drug resistance in the human pathogen Candida albicans
30 November 2022 **External speaker** Prof Gordon Ramage University of Glasgow We don't talk about Candida! Exploring clinical importance of fungal communities in human disease

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Seminar and Poster Day

We are hosted an in-person seminar and poster day on Wednesday 20 April 2022.

Further details.

Seminar and Poster Day 2022