CEIDR partners in award to accelerate the UK’s work in the global fight against antimicrobial resistance
The government has announced that £32m has been committed to funding UK work in tackling AMR.
The fund will be distributed to ten leading research centres within the UK to investigate innovative ways to inform prescribing and identify patterns of resistance. Out of this fund, £3.5 million has been awarded jointly to the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and the University of Liverpool and will be managed by CEIDR.
For further information on the Government funding and the appointment of Professor Dame Sally Davies, as UK special envoy on AMR can be found here.