The role of regulation in India’s campaign against AMR | Professor Roger Jeffery

Professor Roger Jeffery, Professor of Sociology of South Asia at the University of Edinburgh, presents on the critical role of social sciences in providing insight into the social norms and behaviours relevant to AMR. Read more about the Academy’s work to stop superbugs through international collaboration: https://acmedsci.ac.uk/policy/policy-projects/antimicrobial-resistance This talk was given as part of the … Read more The role of regulation in India’s campaign against AMR | Professor Roger Jeffery

Reducing transmission of AMR from animals to humans | Dr Rajesh Bhatia

Dr Rajesh Bhatia, Regional Technical Adviser on AMR for the Regional Office of the Food and Agriculture Organisation presents on how the increased demand for animal protein in India is fueling an increase in antibiotic consumption. Read more about the Academy’s work to stop superbugs through international collaboration: https://acmedsci.ac.uk/policy/policy-projects/antimicrobial-resistance This talk was given as part … Read more Reducing transmission of AMR from animals to humans | Dr Rajesh Bhatia

Preventing Infection in Healthcare | Professor Alison Holmes FMedSci

Professor Alison Holmes FMedSci, Professor of Infectious Diseases at Imperial College London presents on how healthcare facilities create the ideal environment for the emergence and spread of drug-resistant infections. Infection prevention and control is therefore critical. Read more about the Academy’s work to stop superbugs through international collaboration: https://acmedsci.ac.uk/policy/policy-projects/antimicrobial-resistance This talk was given as part … Read more Preventing Infection in Healthcare | Professor Alison Holmes FMedSci

Minimising antimicrobial use while maintaining essential access | Dr Osman Dar

Dr Osman Dar, Project Director of the One Health Project for the Centre on Global Health Security at Chatham House presents on the need to change the current framing of AMR globally from a risk and security perspective a more contextually sensitive framing. Different messaging might be needed to appeal to, for example, the animal … Read more Minimising antimicrobial use while maintaining essential access | Dr Osman Dar

Molecular mechanisms of antibiotic resistance | Professor Syma Khalid

Professor Syma Khalid, Professor of Computational Biophysics at the University of Southampton presents on how molecular modelling can help us understand the key role played by bacterial cell walls and membrane structures in resistance. Read more about the Academy’s work to stop superbugs through international collaboration: https://acmedsci.ac.uk/policy/policy-projects/antimicrobial-resistance This talk was given as part of the … Read more Molecular mechanisms of antibiotic resistance | Professor Syma Khalid

Mechanisms of AMR and the way forward | Professor Sandhya Visweswariah

Professor Sandhya Visweswariah, Professor in the Department of Molecular Reproduction, Development and Genetics at the Indian Institute of Science presents on the mechanisms of antimicrobial resistance and discusses potential new approaches. Read more about the Academy’s work to stop superbugs through international collaboration: https://acmedsci.ac.uk/policy/policy-projects/antimicrobial-resistance This talk was given as part of the Hamied Foundation UK-India … Read more Mechanisms of AMR and the way forward | Professor Sandhya Visweswariah

UKRI AMR partnerships with India | Naomi Beaumont

Naomi Beaumont, Senior Portfolio Manager within the Health and Human Behaviour Team at the Economic and Social Research Council, presents on India as a priority country for UK Research and Innovation (UKRI). Read more about the Academy’s work to stop superbugs through international collaboration: https://acmedsci.ac.uk/policy/policy-projects/antimicrobial-resistance This talk was given as part of the Hamied Foundation … Read more UKRI AMR partnerships with India | Naomi Beaumont

Challenges in addressing AMR: India | Dr Kamini Walia

Dr Kamini Walia , Senior Scientist in the division of Epidemiology and Communicable Diseases of the Indian Council of Medical Research, outlines some of the key AMR issues facing India. Read more about the Academy’s work to stop superbugs through international collaboration: https://acmedsci.ac.uk/policy/policy-projects/antimicrobial-resistance This talk was given as part of the Hamied Foundation UK-India Antimicrobial … Read more Challenges in addressing AMR: India | Dr Kamini Walia

The extent of problem and measuring progress | Dr Kamini Walia

Dr Kamini Walia, Senior Scientist in the division of Epidemiology and Communicable Diseases of the Indian Council of Medical Research, describes the range of roles that AMR surveillance can play. Read more about the Academy’s work to stop superbugs through international collaboration: https://acmedsci.ac.uk/policy/policy-projects/antimicrobial-resistance This talk was given as part of the Hamied Foundation UK-India Antimicrobial … Read more The extent of problem and measuring progress | Dr Kamini Walia

How do we stop eating Super Bugs?

Dr Abdul Ghafur, Coordinator of the Chennai Declaration on Antimicrobial Resistance, discusses the emergence of drug resistance in India and across the world. Dr Abdul Ghafur is the primary author and coordinator of the “Chennai Declaration”, a document and initiative by medical societies in India, to tackle the challenge of antimicrobial resistance from an Indian … Read more How do we stop eating Super Bugs?

AMR – The Extent of the Problem, and How to Measure Progress | Professor Susanna Dunachie

Professor Susanna Dunachie, Associate Professor and Honorary Consultant in Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology at the University of Oxford, discusses some of the challenges in determining the human impacts of AMR. Read more about the Academy’s work to stop superbugs through international collaboration: https://acmedsci.ac.uk/policy/policy-projects/antimicrobial-resistance This talk was given as part of the Hamied Foundation UK-India … Read more AMR – The Extent of the Problem, and How to Measure Progress | Professor Susanna Dunachie

How to measure progress | Dr Elizabeth Tayler

Dr Elizabeth Tayler, AMR Secretariat, WHO, discusses the framework for AMR monitoring and evaluation developed by the WHO, the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) and the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE). Read more about the Academy’s work to stop superbugs through international collaboration: https://acmedsci.ac.uk/policy/policy-projects/antimicrobial-resistance This talk was given as part of the Hamied … Read more How to measure progress | Dr Elizabeth Tayler

From mice to mouse lemurs: A new model organism?

Could the tiny mouse lemur be the next big thing in genetics research? Researchers from Stanford university certainly think so, and they are using citizen science to make their case – building a living genetic library of wild lemurs in the forests of Madagascar. CORRECTION: In the voice over at 00:06 we state that mouse … Read more From mice to mouse lemurs: A new model organism?

Point of inception: Creating sustainability-oriented innovations from the start

Desiree Plata and her students in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering are finding ways to solve environmental problems of the past — and prevent those of the future. Watch more videos from MIT: http://www.youtube.com/user/MITNewsOffice?sub_confirmation=1 The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is an independent, coeducational, privately endowed university in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Our mission is to … Read more Point of inception: Creating sustainability-oriented innovations from the start