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Tackling antibiotic seeking in behaviour in veterinary and dental practices

Antimicrobial resistance is a global health and patient safety emergency driven by the unnecessary use of antimicrobial drugs. Dentistry is responsible for around 10% of antibiotics globally, with up to 80% unnecessary of inappropriate use. Read more

Understanding Multiple Antibiotic Resistance in Gram-negative Bacteria

  Research Group: BBSRC MIBTP
Antibiotics have transformed medical practice, increased life expectancy and, together with vaccination, led to the near eradication of many bacterial diseases. Read more

Control of antibiotic production through synthetic biology of bacterial hormone signalling

There is an urgent need for new antibiotics due to an increase in antibiotic resistance. To produce these essential drugs efficiently in biotechnological systems, we need to have a better understanding of the regulatory mechanisms of antibiotic production. Read more

Designing new antibiotic treatment regimens that mitigate against poor patient compliance

Leading organisations including the NHS, G20, WHO and NIHR recognise antibiotic resistance as an international strategic priority, putting an increasing pressure on our health service, with an estimated 33100 deaths across the EU/EEA in 2015. Read more

Understanding the effect of antibiotic combinations: a quantitative approach

  Research Group: Institute of Cell Biology
Our society is currently facing an important problem with the rise of multiple antibiotic resistant bacterial strains. As the development of new antibiotics has stalled in recent years, new strategies are urgently needed to supplement current available therapies. Read more

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