Past Events

Seminar | Antiviral drug discovery approaches for flavivirus infections

Summary The Drug Discovery Group at UCL School of Pharmacy are following complementary approaches to identify novel antivirals for Dengue and Zika virus infections. One strand focuses on identifying small molecules that regulate host mechanisms and the alternative concentrates on viral proteins, particularly DENV & ZIKA rdrp. Details Speaker: Dr Richard Angell and Dr Sally Oxenford, UCL When: […]

Seminar | Back to the Future: New insights into the pathogenesis and management of drug resistant TB

Details Speaker: Professor Keertan Dheda, Head of the Division of Pulmonology at University of Cape Town Date: Tuesday 25th July, 12:00 – 13:00 Venue: LG80, Keppel Street   All welcome – if coming from outside the School please dial ext 4798 (before 12noon) at the Reception in Keppel St ( View @ Panopto, and join the conversation #TBseminarQ *********************** […]

Seminar | Mathematical modelling of antimicrobial resistance (or, how important are those chickens?)

Details Speaker: Dr Gwen Knight, Imperial College London When: Tuesday 18th July: 12:45-2:00pm Where: Keppel Street, John Snow A Summary Abstract: The global problem of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a “wicked” one. To tackle it requires both a one-health, multidisciplinary perspective and a distillation of the drivers within a coherent framework. Increasingly, mathematical modelling is being […]

Seminar | Antimicrobial Resistance in the Lao People’s Democratic Republic.

Speaker: Prof. David Dance Senior Clinical Research Fellow/Consultant Microbiologist, Lao Oxford Mahosot Hospital Wellcome Trust Research Unit, Lao PDR/Centre for Tropical Medicine, University of Oxford, UK Honorary Professor, Faculty of Infectious and Tropical Diseases, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK Date: 7th July 2017 Time: 1245-2pm Venue: LG9, Keppel Street After qualifying in medicine […]

Seminar | Economics of Drug Resistant Infections

Part of the monthly AMRC seminar series Speaker: Anthony McDonnell, Economist at Wellcome Trust  Topic: Economics of Drug Resistant Infections Date: 4th July 2017 Time: 1230-2pm Venue: John Snow A Speaker bio: Anthony McDonnell is an economist working on how the Wellcome Trust can use economics more to fulfil its mission of improving healthcare by […]

Seminar | Using genomics to diagnose infectious diseases; better to use the pathogen or the host?

Who: by Professor Martin Hibberd, LSHTM What: Pathogen Molecular Biology Department Seminar When: Thursday 18th May, 12.45 – 2.00pm, Manson Theatre, LSHTM    

World Malaria Day | Malaria drug resistance in Africa and Asia: Trends & metrics in antimicrobial resistance

  What: World Malaria Day event co-hosted by the Antimicrobial Resistance Centre and the Malaria Centre. When: Tuesday 25 April 2017, 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm   Where: John Snow Lecture Theatre, LSHTM, Keppel Street, London, WC1E 7HT, UK Recent evidence of the emergence of Plasmodium falciparum strains showing reduced susceptibility to the front line artemisinin combination therapies (ACT) in […]

Seminar | Changing effectiveness of artemisinin combination therapy for falciparum malaria in Africa.

Seminar co-hosted by the Antimicrobial Resistance Centre and the Malaria Centre Title: “Changing effectiveness of artemisinin combination therapy for falciparum malaria in Africa” Speaker: Colin Sutherland Date: Friday 10th March Time: 12.30-2pm Venue: Manson Theatre, LSHTM This seminar will be recorded and available to watch on Panopto here

Seminar | Resistance – A story of antibiotics, bacteria, and public health in Britain (1935-1998)

In the AMR Centre Seminar Series.  Date: Thursday 23 February 2017 Time: 12:45 pm – 2:00 pm   Venue: LG6, LSHTM, Keppel Street, London, WC1E 7HT, UK Type of event: Seminar Speaker(s): Claas Kirchhelle, University of Oxford Rising bacterial resistance against antibiotics is one of the most pressing health issues of the 21st century. Decision makers at the international, transnational, and national levels […]

Microbiome Goes Mainstream: Implications for health research worldwide

Research into the microbiome has accelerated and has shifted from the margins of science to the mainstream. What are the implications for health research worldwide? The Antimicrobial Resistance Centre at the LSHTM held a one-day symposium on the microbiome on February 17 2017. Bringing together researchers from across different areas and disciplines in health research, […]