Join us for a conversation with Dr. Susan Rogers Van Katwyk and Dr. Mathieu Poirier as we dive deeper into what antimicrobial resistance really means, how AMR expands beyond human health to animals and infrastructure, and some ways that researchers are currently working with a global, interdisciplinary approach to address this issue.
This summary for the academic publication “Fit for Purpose?” Assessing the Ecological
Fit of the Social Institutions that Globally Govern Antimicrobial Resistance, highlights the need for robust institutions that sustainably manage the social and ecological factors accelerating AMR. It provides 5 design principles for building institutions to better harmonize the relationship between human and microbial ecosystems.
Dive into five principles for building institutions to better harmonize the relationship between human microbial ecosystems, while maintaining our ability to treat infectious disease:
Highlights for the inaugural year of the AMR Policy Accelerator.
Our podcast focuses on two key areas of drug resistance research: The SAFE AMR Governance Partnership and the AMR Policy Accelerator.
In our new mini series “Politics is a Feature, Not a Bug”, we interview GSL Senior Investigator Patrick Fafard, GSL Research Director Adèle Cassola and Evelyne de Leeuw, Professor at the University of New South Wales, among some of the authors behind Integrating Science and Politics for Public Health as they walk us through the […]