The workshop provided a forum to allow the sharing of knowledge between all grades of researchers, including PhD students and technicians

The 9th ARM Workshop offered members of the UK community researching mechanisms of antimicrobial resistance the opportunity to meet to consolidate and extend the expertise held within individual laboratories.

The British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy continued to underwrite the majority of costs for this meeting. The focus of support being on those that have no funding to attend (their institution has no funding or there are no appropriate travel or conference grants to apply to for funding).

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Event details

27 November 2014

Holiday Inn, Birmingham City Centre

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