Breaking the silos in AMR research

Join our expert #IndoSwiss panel exchanging on latest trends in AMR

Come ask our experts what the future holds for AMR

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is on the rise, in India, in Switzerland, everywhere. Addressing this pandemic has become one of the biggest challenges to human and animal health, starting from keeping up with the emerging resistance mechanisms of bacteria, innovation of new antibiotics to AMR stewardship and fully understanding its implications for public health.

To address this challenge, it is crucial to work outside of silos and open channels between academia, innovation, practitioners and stewards of good practice. With this Science Curio session, we bring together expert perspectives from AMR research and public health, from India and Switzerland. The exchanges are sure to inspire the next generation scientists and entrepreneurs to take on this challenge and excel in a collaborative way without borders.