Tackling Antimicrobial Resistance Through Comic Books
Dr. Hsu Li Yang, head of the Infectious Diseases Programme at the National University of Singapore (NUS)’s Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, has dedicated his career to addressing the emerging threat of AMR to public health. On top of conducting research and treating patients, he also leads dialogue and action on AMR in his role as the co-director of the Leadership Institute for Global Health Transformation, a platform that aims to drive dialogue and collaboration on health issues affecting Singapore and the rest of Asia. In his latest venture, Hsu is turning to comics to popularize the increasingly urgent issue of AMR.
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