BSAC offers sincere thanks to Dilip for his guiding vision, his enthusiasm and the time and energy he has devoted to the Journal during the founding years, and especially the time prior to this spent shaping the Journal and securing funding to underwrite its development. It is a superb legacy from one of our long-standing members and past President.
Of his time in post, Prof Nathwani said: “I have enjoyed the challenge of the last four years, securing funding and then creating a unique journal that delivers open access education and research. Innovation is never easy, but the support of a great staff and global editorial team has made this journey exhilarating.”
BSAC Council is responsible for, and has commenced discussions for, identifying and appointing a suitable successor.
In the meantime, it is very much ‘business as usual’ as we continue to build on JAC-AMR’s strong foundations. We look forward to and exciting year ahead as we continue to publish clinically oriented opinions, reviews and original articles that advance the science and knowledge of antimicrobial resistance, alongside peer review commentaries on stewardship resources.