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Global Network for Anti-Microbial Resistance and Infection Prevention

NAMRIP members win funding for 'Beating infections without jargon'

Published: 9 November 2015
Nikhil Mistry and Craig Dolder
Winners of 'Public Engagement with Research' award - Nikhil Mistry (left) and Craig Dolder (right)

Two members of the NAMRIP network Nikhil Mistry, a PHD researcher and Craig Dolder, a research fellow, are delighted to have been awarded a University of Southampton 'Public Engagement with Research' funding award.

Antimocrobial Resistance research requires a interdisciplinary approach and effective communication between researchers in different disciplines. This award will enable Nikhil and Craig to develop a training system to enhance communication skills between members of the NAMRIP network. These skills will be put into practice when presenting research at monthly NAMRIP workshops and at the NAMRIP launch event in December.

The training will also help with preparations for the touring Anitimicrobial Resistance exhibit planned for 2016 which will engage with both the public and school students.

Nikhil and Craig thanked Professor Tim Leighton for mentoring them throughout this process.

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