Training 2021

This year’s training course was titled ‘Collaborative processes in AMR research design’. The course took place online from 24-26 August, and focused on how to frame a research question and design a multidisciplinary AMR research project that gives meaningful outcomes.  

Our keynote speakerDr Seye Abimbola (School of Public Health, University of Sydney; Prince Claus Chair on Justice in Global Health Research, Utrecht University;  Research Fellow, National Primary Health Care Development Agency, Nigeria and Editor in Chief, BMJ Global Health) gave a presentation on the design of research, considering who research knowledge is intended for and global collaborations between researchers.

The training leads were:

  • Professor Clare Chandler, Medical anthropologist and the Director of the LSHTM Antimicrobial Resistance Centre
  • Professor Henry Buller, (more than) Human Geographer, University of Exeter, lead of the DIAL Consortium
  • Dr Ceire Costelloe, Senior Lecturer and Director of Global Digital Health Unit, Imperial College London

The UK-wide PhD students who took part in the training are listed below:

Kasim Allel, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Simone Arienti, University of Edinburgh
Lauren Arkoosh, Abertay University
Sian Bladon, University of Manchester
Amelie Brackin, Imperial College
Jennifer Brazier, University of Nottingham
Daniel Buhl, University of Cambridge
Jonny Burnett, University of Warwick
Kevin Chau, University of Oxford
Laura Ciaccio, University of Dundee
Jazz Conway, University of Plymouth
Ryan Cook, University of Nottingham
Sarah Dodd, University of Bristol
Sarah Element, University of Birmingham
Maria Garza, Royal Veterinary College
Richard Goodman, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
Sarah Guest, University of Nottingham
Rebecca Hull, University of Sheffield
William Hutton, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
Nidhee Jadeja, Imperial College
Declan Kohl, University of Leeds
Quentin Leclerc, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Winnie Lee, University of Bristol
Hannah Lepper, University of Edinburgh
Beatriz Llamazares, University of Bristol
David Mark, University of Strathclyde
Caleb Marsh, University of Notthingham
William Matlock, University of Oxford
Ayodeji Matuluko, Glasgow Caledonian University
Ashleigh Myall, Imperial College
Aoife Quinlivan, University of Nottingham
Rene Raad, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Ahmed Raza, University of Dundee
Esther Rottenburg, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Hamed Rasouli Sadabad, University of Ulster
Tia Salter, University of Bristol
Claire Scott, University of Bristol
Jordan Sealey, University of Bristol
Alison Shutt, Imperial College
Pauline Siasat, University of Birmingham
Rebecca Smith, University of Liverpool
Daniela Sordillo, University of Warwick
Myo Maung Maung Swe, University of Oxford
Lucy Vass, University of Bristol
Felix Vega, University College London