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NAMRIP Community Building Annual Conference Event

NAMRIP Community Building
Time:
09:00 - 17:00
Date:
4 July 2016
Venue:
Hilton Southampton Bracken Place, Chilworth, SO16 3RB

For more information regarding this event, please email Frances Clarke at fmc@soton.ac.uk .

Event details

Our annual conference is open to all members of NAMRIP and anyone interested in tackling antimicrobial resistance including collaborators beyond the University of Southampton. The conference will celebrate the achievements from the first year of the NAMRIP network and look ahead to an exciting second year.

Programme (Draft)

09:00 - Registration, tea/coffee

09:30 - Welcome and NAMRIP update - Prof Tim Leighton

Keynote talk - TBC

Tea/coffee and refreshments

Pump Priming Project presentations:-

  • Dr Emma Roe: 'Preventing the spread of infection in hospital care settings: Health professionals, the agency of microbes and imaging tracking technology'
  • Dr Tom Secker: 'Ultrasonic cleaning of real world contaminated floor surfaces’
  • Dr Tom Secker: 'The effect of surface roughness on the attachment and removal of MRSA and prion-associated amyloid from surgical surfaces'
  • Dr David Voegeli: 'A pilot study to evaluate the efficacy of an ultrasonically activated water stream for wound cleaning of antimicrobial resistant biofilm infections'
  • Dr Myron Christodoulides: 'Strategies for tackling the 'superbug' Neisseria gonorrhoeae'
  • Prof Tim Leighton: 'Testing StarStream in two hospitals outside of Hampshire'
  • Dr Collin Sones: 'Enabling testing of Antimicrobial Resistance to antibiotics via laser-patterned paper-platforms'
  • Dr Shoufeng Yang: 'Applying 3D printing within animal welfare to reduce the use of antibiotics'

 Lunch and a chance to network

Update on external awards secured

The year ahead: Horizon scanning

Presentation of prizes for 2 minute videos

Keynote talk - TBC

Q&A Session

17:00 - Finish

 

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