EMBRACE multidisciplinary seminars in antimicrobial resistance

EMBRACE organises regular seminars which are open to all Imperial College staff, students and affiliates. The seminars are intended for a multidisciplinary audience. Presentations last about 20 minutes, after which there will be plenty of time for questions and discussions. If you have any questions, or to confirm your attendance, please email Interim Project Administrator Anna Skordai (a.skordai@imperial.ac.uk).

EMBRACE seminar series - Multidisciplinary perspectives on antimicrobial resistance
Where and whenPresentation
2016-2017 dates TBC  
Previous seminars  
13 July 2016, 3.30pm,
G47A, Flowers Building, South Kensington
Dr. Nick Voulvoulis: 'Antibiotics in the environment, implications for Antibiotic-Resistance.' 
8 June 2016, Hammersmith

Prof Ramesh Wigneshweraraj, 'Phage-inspired solutions to combat antibacterial resistance?'

19 April 2016, South Kensington Dr. Nickolas Croucher, 'The emergence, spread and loss of antibiotic resistance in pneumococci' and Dr. Elita Jauneikaite, 'Using whole genome sequencing to investigate healthcare-associated infections and antimicrobial resistance’.
16 Feb 2016, South Kensington Dr. Enrique Castro-Sanchez, 'Do Android (phones) dream of health games and apps? Exploring e/g-health interventions in patient safety'.
26 Nov 2015, South Kensington Dr. Gabriel Birgand, 'Measures to control the spread of Multi-drug resistant organisms in hospitals: what are the current problematics?'
All seminars are at either South Kensington or Hammersmith campus.
Details of each seminar