Bristol AMR investigators

List of principal investigators undertaking AMR research in Bristol

Investigator/link to research area

Dr Massimo Antognozzi (School of Physics) Diagnostics 

Prof Matthew Avison (School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine) OH-STAR, OH-DART and Proteomics

Dr Andy Bailey (School of Biological Sciences) Antibiotic Discovery (Silent Pharmacy)

Dr Michele Barbour (Bristol Dental School) Antimicrobial materials (Wound care)

Prof David Barrett (Bristol Vet School) Responsible antibiotic use in farming and Diagnostic innovation & livestock

Dr Rachel Bennett (School of Mathematics) New approaches to infection prevention and treatment (Hydrodynamic and mechanical strategies for prevention of biofilm formation)

Dr Paul Curnow (School of Biochemistry) Antibiotic Discovery

Dr Maria Escobar-Tello (Bristol Vet School)

Prof Gary Foster (School of Biological Sciences) Antibiotic Discovery (Silent Pharmacy)

Prof Alastair Hay (Bristol Medical School) Antibiotic stewardship

Dr Darryl Hill (School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine)

Dr Rob Hughes (Dept. Engineering) Diagnostics (for resource-poor settings)

Prof Helen Lambert (Bristol Medical School) Antibiotic use pathways (China)

Dr Patricia Lucas (School for Policy Studies) Antibiotic pathways/regulation (Bangladesh)

Prof Adrian Mulholland (School of Chemistry) Enzymology of resistance

Dr Angela Nobbs (Bristol Dental School) Antimicrobial materials 

Dr Paul Race (School of Biochemistry) Antibiotic Discovery

Dr Kristen Reyher (Bristol Vet School) Responsible antibiotic use in farming and Diagnostic innovation & livestock

Prof Bo Su (Bristol Dental School) Antimicrobial materials 

Dr Annela Seddon (School of Physics) Diagnostics (resource poor-settings)

Dr Jim Spencer (School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine) Enzymology of resistance and Inhibition of resistance

Dr Katy Turner (Bristol Vet School) OH-STAR and OH-DART

Prof Chris Willis (School of Chemistry) Antibiotic Discovery 

Prof Lucy Yardley (School of Psychological Science) Antibiotic usage and behaviour change in clinical practice (The 'person-based' approach to reduce antibiotic use)

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