A One Health genomic approach to antimicrobial resistance is essential for generating relevant data for a holistic assessment of the biggest threat to public health

  18 April 2019

In this era of globalisation, Australia needs technologies that will enable us to adapt and minimise the unprecedented risk of AMR. Fortunately, it has the technology to be a leader in One Health surveillance of AMR. This approach will help them to make data-driven decisions around targeted antibiotic use (in livestock and people), outbreak risk (including the source of infection), and assist them to get a handle on emerging resistance via known and (currently) unknown mechanisms.

Clean environment   Effective surveillance   Healthy animals  

Advancing data technologies to corner AMR 2019

International Matchmaking Symposium on 5 June, 2019 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Artificial Intelligence, Internet-of-Things and Blockchain to stop ever-escalating Antimicrobial resistance.

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