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Program on AMR at UNC to promote Scientific Excellence (PAUSE) Seminar Series on Antimicrobial Resistance.

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The Institute for Global Health & Infectious Diseases partners with the Department of Medicine’s Division of Infectious Diseases, the Department of Microbiology and Immunology, and the Eshelman School of Pharmacy to present a monthly lecture on topics related to antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Topics range from basic to translational and clinical science, and address mechanisms of resistance, clinical and molecular epidemiology of multidrug-resistant organisms (MDRO), as well as prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and outcomes of infections caused by MDRO.

Seminars take place on the first Thursday of each month, from 9:30am-10:30am in 6004 Marsico Hall. An email with a Zoom link is sent out weekly; sign up (at left) for email notices if you haven’t already.

Watch previous conferences

Role of Persister Cells in AMR

Brian Conlon, PhD, is an associate professor in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology. His research focuses on antibiotic tolerance and resistance in the infection microenvironment. Here, nutrient availability, interactions between the pathogen and the host, as well as co-infecting or commensal microorganisms can have a major impact on antibiotic tolerance and the evolution of … Read more

Resistance in Anaerobic Bacteria

David Aronoff, MD, is the John B. Hickham Professor of Medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine, and chair of the department of medicine. Dr. Aronoff established his independent career as a physician-scientist in the division of infectious diseases at the University of Michigan where he held faculty appointments in both Internal Medicine and Microbiology … Read more