The Wollongong Antimicrobial Resistance Research Alliance (WARRA)

  24 June 2019

At the forefront of these efforts are the AMR Global Challenges Research Programme and the Wollongong Antimicrobial Resistance Research Alliance (WARRA). WARRA is headed by prominent researchers Distinguished Professor Antoine van Oijen and Professor Mitchell Byrne of the University of Wollongong in Australia. This is a unique partnership that reflects the interdisciplinary nature of the problem: van Oijen is a life scientist developing novel microscopy tools to study how bacteria work, and Byrne is a clinical psychologist/social scientist.

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