University College Dublin Seminar

Thanks to Carla Perrotta & Mary Codd from School of Public Health, Physiotherapy & Sports Sciences  University College Dublin for the invitation to discuss research partnerships and present our work on enhancing co-operation & collaboration in antimicrobial resistance (AMR) research and development (R&D) at the seminar ‘Collaborating for a Healthier Future: Partnerships in Public Health Research’.

The seminar aimed to highlight advancing public health challenges and initiatives to foster research partnerships and collaboration. Latest research trends and best practices in various areas of public health from antimicrobial resistance, community-based epidemic preparedness, sexual and reproductive health and rights, problem gambling, personalised medicine, to empowering the rural health workforce in Mexico were covered through thematic sessions and engaging discussions.

Under the thematic area of One Health, Usha Lamichhane, Scientific Programme Officer at the Global AMR R&D Hub, provided input on the global AMR R&D funding landscape across all One Health sectors using our Dynamic Dashboard and our work targeted towards improving and enhancing AMR R&D activities and policies across the globe. The session was moderated by Akke Vellinga with insightful discussions on the emergence of AMR, translation of funding for impact and opportunities for funding innovative ideas stemming from academic researchers.

It was a great opportunity to network with researchers, professionals and students in public health and to exchange ideas and explore potential collaboration opportunities.

Thank you to Carla Perrotta and Darin Elabbasy for their execution of the seminar by bringing together researchers, students, and professionals in the field to engage and unite towards creating a healthier future for all.

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