Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is one of the greatest health threats facing mankind today.
With our global partners, we are tackling AMR by investigating the molecular epidemiology of drug-resistant strains across multiple hosts, studying transmission of resistance between animals, humans and the environment, developing new diagnostics for early detection, and studying the impact of the gut microbiome on colonization resistance against drug-resistant strains.
Impact of antimicrobial concentrations in the gastrointestinal tract of cattle on antimicrobial resistance in enteric bacteria.
“Healthy Living for Healthy Ageing: A Global Focus” – a collaboration within the University Global Partnership Network.
Establishing a surveillance system to monitor AMR profile of enteric pathogens in humans and food animals in India.
- Gobind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture and Technology | India
- Indian Council of Agriculture Research-Central Institute of Fisheries Technology | India
- Indian Council of Agriculture Research-National Research Center on Meat | India
- Institute of Microbial Technology | India
- Post Graduate Institute of Medical Research | India
AMR monitoring technology in pathogenic bacteria isolated from animal products based on gene identification.
Monitoring drug resistance in Salmonella, Campylobacter, Escherichia coli and Enterococcus spp. in retail meats.
Antimicrobial use and prescribing behaviors by health professionals and livestock owners in Ethiopia.
The ESBL Tricycle AMR Surveilance Project: A simple, One Health approach to global surveillance.
- Jorge Matheu, WHO food safety and zoonoses department | Switzerland
By providing training and establishing new surveillance laboratories, this project aims to implement a simplified, integrated, trans-sectoral surveillance system of bacterial resistance to antibiotics across the globe. Read more.
UGPN consortium to tackle the global burden of antimicrobial resistance.
GRIP: The NCSU/RTI Program In Genetic Discovery and Prediction (PGDP).
Studying the integration of antimicrobial and anti-fungal peptides with nonwoven substrates.