Register for this conference here.
Although the world is focused on Covid-19, a major, and growing, threat to global health is antimicrobial resistance. The complexity of this problem demands a solution that brings together distinctive disciplinary approaches (computational, biological, engineering, and social/behavioral) that can be applied and integrated in order to understand drivers of the emergence of antimicrobial resistance; data- and risk-factor driven identification of hotspots for resistance surveillance; novel surveillance methods in human, animal and environmental domains; and public health and policy response. The Center for Health and Wellbeing along with the High Meadows Environmental Institute is hosting a one and a half day long workshop to discuss multidisciplinary approaches to responding to this grand challenge.
Speakers and conference agenda are available here.
Members of the Princeton University community, including undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, staff, and researchers, may register to attend the conference in person at this link.
- Center for Health and Wellbeing
- High Meadows Environmental Institute