AMR resources and training

Webinars and Conferences

AMR and AMR-related webinars and online conferences

Professor Dame Sally Davies - The challenge of Antimicrobial Resistance

Thursday 11 February, 5pm – 6pm GMT
During her time as the UK’s Chief Medical Officer, and since leaving that position in 2019, Dame Sally Davies, the UK Special Envoy on Antimicrobial Resistance, has been tireless in pointing out the great dangers of AMR to health throughout the world and suggesting what needs to be done. In conversation with Prof Chris Dye, Sallly Davies will explore this major 21st century challenge and discuss whether people’s greater appreciation of medical risk due to the pandemic will help the development of effective countermeasures.
Click here to register and watch live.
Or here to watch the recorded session later.

Microbiology Society - Annual conference 2021

26-30 April 2021
This 5-day conference consists of symposia, workshops, forums and lectures from eminient microbiologists. Symposia sessions include AMR, microbial biotechnology, marine microbiology, phage biology, public health microbiology and more. 

For more information and to register, see https://microbiologysociety.org/event/full-events-listing/annual-conference-online-2021.html

BSAC Spring Conference

29-30 April 2021
2021 marks 50 years of the BSAC. Join us to celebrate! Full details to follow. To register your interest, please contact Esme Carruthers. 

Applied Bioinformatics and Public Health Microbiology

5-7 May 2021
The 8th Applied Bioinformatics and Public Health Microbiology conference provides a multidisciplinary forum to demonstrate how advances in microbial and viral genomics, bioinformatics, data science, and sequencing technology are being used to meet the needs of public health.

For more information and to register, see https://coursesandconferences.wellcomegenomecampus.org/our-events/abphm-2021/

World Microbe Forum 20-24 June 2021

The American Society of Microbiology (ASM) and the Federation of European Microbiological Societies (FEMS) have come together to launch a new initiative – the World Microbe Forum. International microbial scientists will convene to discuss cutting-edge, interdiscplinary microbial sciences research online.

Registration for the conference will not open until mid-March but abstract submission is open now (till 18 March, 12am CET) – click here for more information.