Bridging the Gaps: Systems-level approaches to antimicrobial resistance
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Bridging the Gaps: Systems-level approaches to antimicrobial resistance

Bridging the Gaps is a programme of activities focused on antimicrobial resistance. This two-year programme is intended to facilitate multidisciplinary research within The University of Nottingham.
 

Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) occurs when microbes develop defences against the drugs which are designed to kill or reduce them.

"Bridging the Gaps: Systems-level approaches to antimicrobial resistance" at the University of Nottingham aims to further the understanding of AMR in real world interactions.

Bridging the Gaps is funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).

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About us

    Bridging the Gaps aims to:
  1. Further the understanding of AMR and address some of the urgent problems it raises.
  2. Generate staff mobility to generate new cross-disciplinary research collaborations.
  3. Ensure impact on end-users by linking with clinicians and industry.
  4. Enhance the University of Nottingham's position as an international centre of excellence in the systems-level understanding of biological systems.
 

Bridging the Gaps: Antimicrobial Resistance

School of Mathematical Science
The University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD


telephone: +44 (0) 115 748 6317
email:harry.moriarty@nottingham.ac.uk