Danish, Swedish Institutions Form Consortium to Establish EU Reference Laboratory for AMR

  01 April 2024

Denmark and Sweden have formed a public health consortium to establish an EU reference laboratory (EURL) for antimicrobial resistance (AMR). The AMR EURL is one of six EURLs designated by the European Commission to strengthen the EU’s defenses against cross-border threats. The consortium includes Statens Serum Institut, DTU National Food Institute, and Clinical Microbiology Region Kronoberg/the European Committee on Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing Development Laboratory. The AMR EURL will support national public health laboratories by ensuring data comparability and capacity strengthening on laboratory methods at the EU level.

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