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Aurijit Sarkar 30m
Ok, so had a good time with my family AND wrote a good specific aims page today. Now that’s what I call a good holiday. Happy everybody!
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Ahlam Alsaadi 3h
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CIDRAP Apr 17
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G Pat 10h
As a patient, ID is poised to be on the front line of the revolution in terms of new methods of treatment and guidance for slowing . .
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The Fleming Fund Apr 18
Excited to see the launch of the CAPTURA project - funded through the Fleming Fund's Regional Grants programme! CAPTURA will identify and address gaps in data across 12 countries in South Asia and South-East Asia 🌏 Find out more 👉
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Charlotte V Eley Apr 16
video on developed by young people at - with a really catchy tune! Raising awareness throughout Gloucestershire on this important public health topic. Look out for their posters on bus stops around the county too! View here:
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Tom Stanton Apr 20
I'm not gonna lie, I'm inexperienced at cloning and I find it difficult. But reading the basics over again and lots of practice DOES (not make perfect but) help a lot.
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Julie E Russell 5h
As a species we seem to be quite good at ignoring important stuff- climate change, environmental pollution, antimicrobial resistance.......
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Global Health Security, DHSC UK Apr 16
UCL's Global Governance Institute's latest report follows the discussion of experts from around the world on how can regulation be used to tackle AMR. Read it here:
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Pfizer Inc. Apr 16
We remain committed to working to help address the growing threat of . Learn more about what you can do.
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Rodney E. Rohde, PhD "Doc R" Apr 20
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Birk Baehnemann 12h
The is still hope for humanity in the fight against .
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Ausgem Apr 18
It’s out! Our genomic surveillance commentary has now been published 'Online Early' in Microbiology Australia.
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Codex Alimentarius Apr 18
📽 | is a growing threat to all lives and livelihoods, but together we can make changes to keep antimicrobials working. Consumers, here’s how YOU can help combat
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Paloma Escudero 2h
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Fight superbugs Apr 20
Superbugs on the next edition of 60 Minutes, Sunday, April 21, at 7:00 p.m.
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Paul Nuki 6h
Excellent on the antibiotics market... or lack of it via
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Trainee Association of ESCMID Apr 14
Gaming infectious diseases session was a great success! Many thanks to those who attended. There are many innovative ways to raise awareness about We need to use all our tools to teach to a wider audience
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AntibioticResistance 16h
New metric aims to simplify how global resistance is measured | CIDRAP
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GU Medical Center Apr 17
Global health experts and direct health care providers representing religious organizations came together for a two-day workshop at Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome to address the spread of antimicrobial resistance:
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