Protecting

Future Generations.

In 2019 we lost 5.2 million children under the age of 5 years old, with over 2.8 million in the post-neonatal group. AMR are fighting to reduce these numbers and protect our children for generations to come. 

Anti-Microbial Resistance Group

We lead global observational and interventional trials focussing on novel strategies to prevent colonisation and disease caused by Multi drug resistant (MDR) pathogens.

Research

Read about the research we are currently conducting globally to support trial planning and hypothesis generation, and provide an evidence base for conducting antibiotic interventional clinical trials.

Publications

Read about our previous research, our interpretations of the results and conclusion which can be used to influence future research.

Meet the Team

Meet the team behind the world of AMR research at St George's University London.

A Global
Footprint

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Recent News

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June 28, 2022 in Uncategorized

ADILA Presentation Events

ADILA, also known as, Antimicrobial Resistance, Prescribing, and Consumption Data to Inform Country Antibiotic Guidance and Local Action…
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April 26, 2022 in Research

New research reveals that babies are increasingly dying of neonatal sepsis caused by drug-resistant bacterial infections

A large study focusing on newborn babies with clinically diagnosed sepsis has revealed the impact of antibiotic resistance…
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Dr Catrin Moore @catmoore_1 of @StGeorgesUni has just published a new research paper investigating household overcrowding in Africa over a 19 year period,
Working with our partners @Afidep

Find more information here 👇
https://cnpi.org.uk/predicting-household-overcrowding-in-africa-between-2000-2018/

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