Interdisciplinary workshops to tackle antimicrobial resistance
11 May 2015
The Learned Society Partnership on Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) is holding three interdisciplinary networking workshops to bring together researchers, from all career stages, who have an interest in fundamental or translational research relating to the evolution and transmission of AMR.
The Learned Society on Antimicrobial Resistance believes stemming the rise of antimicrobial resistance is one of humanity’s great challenges.
Why attend these workshops?
- Network with other researchers in your region who work on different aspects of AMR in your own field and other scientific disciplines.
- Learn about the funding options and routes available to AMR researchers, including Theme 3 of the AMR Cross-Council Initiative.
- Meet both early-career researchers and established researchers in the field.
- Link up with researchers across the UK.
- Find out what learned societies are doing to tackle AMR and how they can help you increase the impact of your research.
There will be three workshops in 2015:
- London 25 June 2015
- Dundee 03 July 2015
- Nottingham 07 July 2015
How to apply
Complete the survey detailing your career stage and research interests to be considered for the workshop. The deadline for applications is 17 May 2015. Successful applicants will be notified by 29 May 2015. Delegates will be selected in order to maximise the opportunity for cross-disciplinary and cross-career stage networking.