Understanding the drivers of AMR in a One Health context
Determining the drivers of AMR in human and veterinary healthcare in global contexts.
One Health drivers of antibacterial resistance in Thailand
Antibacterial resistance (ABR) is a significant source of excess mortality in Thailand and is estimated to have caused 38,000 deaths and an economic loss of 1.2 billion US$ in 2010. Our 'One Health' (interdisciplinary and collaborative work to attain optimal health for people, animals and the environment) approach to understanding what drives ABR in rural Thailand will help determine which preventative measures can be taken to help reduce this significant health and economic burden.
One Health selection and transmission of AMR in south west England
Our UK study to determine the acquisition and selection of antibiotic resistance in companion and farmed animals and implications for transmission to humans
Strategies to reduce the burden of AMR in China
Our UK-China AMR Partnership Programme on strategies to reduce the burden of antibiotic resistance in China