EMBARK is starting a webinar series where invited speakers will be presenting their research and be contrasted to EMBARK members presenting the work performed in the project. This will be followed by a discussion and Q&A. All the webinars, except for one, will take place at 14:00 CEST.

Four webinars will take place before the summer break:

  • April 28: Gerry Wright – “Approaches to measure and monitor AMR in various environments”
    Luis Pedro Coelho – “Quantifying AMR at very large scales”
    [Register]
  • May 19: Heike Schmitt – “International efforts for One Health surveillance of AMR (WHO Tricycle)”
    Etienne Ruppé – “On the use of Tricycle in EMBARK”
    [Register]
  • June 9: Barry McMahon – “How AMR in wildlife can inform zoonoses research”
    Victor Hugo Jarquin Diaz – “AMR spread in rodents”
    [Register]
  • June 30 **13:00 CEST*: Kimberly Kline – “Pathogenesis and persistence during Enterococcus faecalis biofilm-associated infection”
    [Register]

Here is also a sneak peek at the first webinars of the fall:

  • September 1: Amy Pruden – “Towards coordinated local and global surveillance of antibiotic resistance at wastewater treatment plants”
    Thomas Berendonk – “AMR in WWTPs – the European perspective”
  • September 22: Gautam Dantas – “Predicting and Combating Biotic and Abiotic Perturbations to Diverse Microbiomes”
    Johan Bengtsson-Palme – “Antibiotic perturbations to interactions in microbial communities”