Antimicrobial Resistance in the Real World news
20 Jun 2018
Ahead of a planned UK-Argentina joint call for collaborative research proposals focusing on antimicrobial resistance in the environment, opening in October 2018, BBSRC and NERC are inviting expressions of interest to attend a partnering workshop in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on 10-14 September 2018.
4 Apr 2018
The UK cross-research-council AMR Initiative and the National Natural Science Foundation of China are pleased to invite proposals to the China-UK AMR Partnership Hubs under the umbrella of the Newton Fund.
1 Sep 2017
The Research Councils UK are pleased to invite expressions of interest to participate in a joint workshop (20-24 November 2017, Shanghai) to explore opportunities for UK-China collaboration in the area of antibacterial resistance.
25 May 2016
NERC, together with the Biotechnology & Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) and the Medical Research Council (MRC), is investing £6·2 million in projects exploring the role of the outdoor environment and host microbiome in influencing the evolution, acquisition and spread of antibacterial resistance.
22 Oct 2015
Research Grant full proposals from successful outline applicants are invited for the AMR in the Real World programme, funded by NERC, BBSRC and MRC and with potential co-funding from AHRC.
24 Aug 2015
Pump Priming Grant applications are invited for the Antimicrobial Resistance in the Real World programme, co-funded by NERC, BBSRC and MRC, with potential co-funding from AHRC.
4 Aug 2015
Outline research grant applications are invited for the Antimicrobial Resistance in the Real World programme, co-funded by NERC, BBSRC and MRC, with potential co-funding from AHRC.
4 Aug 2015
NERC is inviting applications to attend a town meeting in central London where attendees can exchange ideas, discuss potential projects and identify collaborators. It is intended primarily for prospective applicants to the programme, but will also be beneficial for potential collaborators and those interested in the programme from the perspective of future engagement.