• Room 02.083 - Biological Sciences

    United Kingdom

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I lead the AMR and One Health Lab and coordinate the AMR Hub at Queens.

We are a vibrant, supportive and multicultural team, which you'll soon find to be a home away from home.

We use a One Health interdisciplinary approach, combining the fields of microbiology, biochemistry and bioinformatics to tackle the key societal challenge of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) caused by infectious bacteria and fungi in the human-veterinary-agri interface. Our research focuses on three broad areas:

1. Understanding antimicrobial resistance in microbiomes from a One Health perspective through surveillance and epidemiological studies.
- AMR surveillance utilising a combination of wet-lab, in silico and meta-‘omic methods to further understanding of AMR origins/evolution, burden and transmissions.

2. Tackling antimicrobial resistance through the discovery and development of novel treatment options for various clinical and veterinary applications
- Antimicrobial chemotherapy especially employing novel microbiome derived antimicrobial peptides to combat AMR in multidrug resistant pathogens.

3. Exploring microbiome interactions for the development of diagnostic tools

You can find more details on our website theamrlab.com


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