The 11th workshop in the series 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.

It provided a much needed forum to allow the sharing of knowledge between all grades of researchers, including PhD students and technicians.

Tim Felton & Laura Piddock
BSAC Chairs, Programme Committee
To view the 2016 meeting programme click here.

To view a selection of the presentations, please click on the links below:
Dr Christoph Engl
Role of RNA repair in the tolerance of bacteria to antibiotics

Dr Fraser Scott
Strathclyde-Minor Groove Binders (S-MGBs) as Antimicrobial Agents

Dr Fiona Walsh
The environmental resistome

Dr Liam Sharkey
Resolving a 25-year old controversy: How do ABC-F proteins mediate antibiotic resistance?

Dr Suzie Hingley-Wilson The Trojan Horse Macrophage induced persistence in Tuberculosis</a

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