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shAMRock: shocking antimicrobial resistance

Norway project 2

Provider: 

The Ministry of Finance – National Focal Point for the EEA and Norway Grants in the Czech Republic

Call:

Grant applications for bilateral initiatives under the Fund for Bilateral Relations within the framework of the EEA and Norway Grants 2014-2021 (2nd Call)

Duration:

01/2020 - 05/2020

Investigator/s:

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Main goals:

  • building knowledge capacity of Czech and Norwegian partners
  • training Norwegian researchers in MinION sequencing
  • training Czech researchers in  public engagement, science communication, and successful grant writing
  • short term internships for Czech student
  • involving society in the discussion on the spread of antibiotic resistance during informal meetings - Café Scientifique
  • raising Czech scientific and non-scientific societies awareness in the field defined by the initiative
  • promoting EEA and Norway grants


Abstract:

The shAMRock bilateral initiative aims to raise social awareness of the antimicrobial resistance (AMR) problem, share knowledge obtained during bilateral workshops and information from the monitoring of Czech and Norwegian wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) using culture-dependent and molecular methods. Both institutions involved in the initiative have a mutual interest with the aim to raise social awareness of AMR in WWTPs. The initiative will increase understanding between the Czech Republic and Norway.

Updated: 12.12.2019 12:12, Author: Lucie Pokorná


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