Most insightful knowledge platform
for professionals who wish to eradicate Antimicrobial resistance
More and more solutions to antibiotic resistance,
one of the biggest threats to health and food safety, are emerging!
MAARTEN VAN DONGEN
Dr Maarten van Dongen studied Molecular and Medical Microbiology at the University of Groningen and obtained his PhD in Biochemistry at the University of Amsterdam. He lead several large projects in the domain of AMR for various Dutch authorities. At the request of the Dutch Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sports VWS, he designed a national cooperation structure for the research and development of new antibiotics.
Chairing SIB Forum on AMR, Leiden (NL), March 13, 2018:
Masterclass ‘AMR in one Day’ on 17 October, 2018
Earlier reactions 2017:
“Compliments for an excellent first course”
“Course has given me an accurate overview”
“Introduction external speakers a real plus”
Course AMR turned out to be successful
Unique basic course on AMR consisting of three modules: bacteria, antibiotics and resistance.
Aim is to address challenges by improving knowledge and skills of individuals interested in AMR in bacterial pathogens in Africa.
Antimicrobes 2018 is one of the most important microbiology conferences that bring together clinicians, researchers, and other industry professionals.
The conference will bring together local scientists and renowned international experts to address this important issue for global health.
This interdisciplinary workshop builds on findings from a multinational qualitative study.
- UK-India project to develop innovative diagnostics to curb antimicrobial resistance 15 September, 2018 - A £3 million interdisciplinary research project is to address the growing threat of drug-resistant infections in India. The project will develop innovative diagnostics to curb antimicrobial resistance (AMR), one of the biggest threats to global public health.
- Superbugs: MEPs advocate further measures to curb use of antibiotics 15 September, 2018 - The growing threat posed by antibiotic-resistant bacteria can only be tackled through a “One Health” approach, MEPs said on Wednesday.
- New defence against ‘superbug’ infections 15 September, 2018 - Tiny implanted 3-D printed scaffolds infused with antibiotics could revolutionise the way doctors prevent deadly ‘superbug’ infections post-surgery, saving lives and long hospital stays.