Welcome to the Antibiotic Resistance and Mechanisms Workshops for Researchers brought to you by the BSAC.
We will be running two workshops in 2022 which will offer members of the UK community researching mechanisms of antimicrobial resistance the opportunity to meet and to consolidate and extend the expertise held within individual laboratories in the United Kingdom. They will provide a much needed forum to allow the sharing of knowledge between all grades of researchers, including PhD students and technicians. As in previous years, the British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (BSAC) will underwrite the majority of costs for this meeting and the focus of our support will be on those who present a poster at the workshops and we will be offering discounted places to those who submit poster abstracts. To apply for a discounted place we kindly ask that you submit a poster abstract when you register. We encourage everyone who can support their own attendance to pay the Standard registration fee.
We look forward to welcoming you in Birmingham. To find out more about the venue, please click here.
Andy Edwards & Michelle Buckner
Chairs, Programme Committee (May)
Chair, Programme Committee (November)
Please use the tabs below to navigate to the event you would like to register for and use the links to register.
For any queries regarding registration, please contact Esme Carruthers.
May workshop: unfortunately no refunds can be given for cancellations notified after Friday 15 April 2022.
November workshop: unfortunately no refunds can be given for cancellations notified after Friday 28 October 2022.
Registration package includes: 2 day course, 1 night accommodation, all course meals + networking dinner
Please submit your abstract(s) using the online submission form for consideration for ORAL and/or POSTER presentation at the workshops.
May workshop: The deadline for abstract submission is 1200hrs UK time on Friday 18 March 2022.
November workshop: The deadline for abstract submission is 1200hrs UK time on Friday 30 September 2022.
Please note our Conditions of Submission:
Format of Abstracts:
Abstract should be no longer than 400 words and contain:
The material presented should be relatively new but may have been presented at another conference in the past 12 months.
For any queries regarding abstract submissions, please contact Esme Carruthers.