Theme 3: Understanding real-world interactions

Projects within this theme focus on surveillance of AMR in the environment, how resistant bacteria adapt to their environments and how the dynamics of community interactions affect resistance and transmission of resistant bacteria.

Applications are now closed.

This research theme aims to:

  • deliver a greater understanding of how resistant bacteria adapt to their environments and vice versa
  • understanding the dynamics of community interaction and how this affects resistance and transmission
  • ways to manipulate environments to prevent resistance evolution and transmission
  • new surveillance networks across different environments

Project TitleMain supervisor(s)KeywordsConsortium & host institution
No project available currently-Antimicrobial resistance

Enterobacteriaceae

Mobile genetic

elements

Bioinformatics

Comparative genomics

Population/evolutionary genomics
REHAB, Nuffield Department of Medicine, Oxford
No project available currently-Antimicrobial resistance

Environment

Interdisciplinary

Natural capital

Societal impact

Policy
CHICKEN or the EGG, University of Exeter
No project available currently-Mathematical model

Bayesian network

Statistics

Computational biology

Probalistic graph model

Antimicrobial resistance
EVAL-FARMS, University of Nottingham
No project available currently-Antibiotics

Bacteriology

Bioinformatics

Sequencing

Clinical microbiology

Evaluation
OH-STAR, University of Bristol
No project available currently
-Antibiotcs

Farming

Microbiology

Whole genome sequencing

Veterinary medicine

Modelling
OH-STAR, University of Bristol
No project available currently
-Antibiotics

Resistance

X-ray crystallography

Enzymology

Genomics

Molecular epidemiology
OH-STAR, University of Bristol