BSAC AMR Roundtable Series: Re-stoking the therapy pipeline – How to stimulate the development of new antibiotics, diagnostics and novel therapies

The UK Roundtable Series – Thursday 5 February 2015
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Systematic analysis of funding awarded for antimicrobial research in the UK

Dr Michael Head, Farr Institute, University College London & IDRN

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AMR initiatives – Developing new ways of working

Dr Ghada Zoubiane, Programme Manager for Infections and Immunology Board, Medical Research Council

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The changing face of pharma industry research

Dr Ursula Theuretzbacher, Center for Anti-Infective Agents, Vienna

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The importance of accurate and rapid diagnostics: the role of genomics and other new tools

Professor Peter Hawkey, Professor of Clinical and Public Health Bacteriology/Consultant Medical Microbiologist, Public Health England, Birmingham

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Panel Discussion

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New business models for antibiotics: results from the Chatham House working group

Professor Kevin Outterson, Professor of Law & N. Neal Pike Scholar in Health and Disability Law, Boston University & Visiting Fellow,Chatham House

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It’s definitely broken – so fi x it! The role of regulation in driving new economic models for antimicrobial discovery

Dr Richard Bax, Transcrip Partners Ltd

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Innovative approaches from industry: developing new diagnostics

Professor Alex van Belkum, Corporate Vice President R&D Microbiology, bioMérieux

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Real world incentives for antibiotic development

Dr Nicole Mahoney, Director, Government Aff airs & Regulatory Policy, Cubist Pharmaceuticals

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Closing Discussion

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