The research project aims to develop a personalized health approach to the prevention of antibiotic resistance
The University of Liverpool (UoL) and the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM) received GBP 3.54 million for a research project to develop a “personalized health approach” for the prevention and treatment of antibiotic resistance (AMR).
The funding will provide equipment for real-time measurement of patient drug levels, rapid sequencing of bacteria in patients, pharmacogenetic analysis, and real-time pharmacodynamic analysis. These approaches are unified by artificial intelligence and in-depth learning in collaboration with the Department of Informatics at the University of Liverpool.
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