Antibiotic Resistance
Oxford Biomedical Research Centre: bringing research to life through public talks

Refreshments from 6.00pm, talk 6.30pm – 7.30pm

Angela Brueggemann, Associate Professor at the University of Oxford’s Nuffield Department of Medicine, will discuss the issues around the increasing prevalence of antimicrobial-resistant bacteria in hospitals and the community. Antibiotics have been in use for over seven decades but when bacteria become resistant to the effect of the antibiotics then bacterial infections can become difficult to treat. Antimicrobial resistance is now considered a serious global threat and there is an urgent need for new antimicrobial drugs, which led to Prime Minister David Cameron announcing an independent review into the issue in July of last year.

To register to attend the talk, please email or call 01865 743491.
Date: 17 September 2015, 18:30 (Thursday, 21st week, Trinity 2015)
Venue: Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre
Venue Details: Lecture Theatre, Level 1
Speaker: Dr Angela Brueggemann
Host: NIHR Oxford BRC
Part of: Medical Sciences Division Events
Booking required?: Recommended
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Audience: Public
Editor: Alison Brindle