PREVENT IT - new project on antimicrobial resistance launched

Helmut Brand and Peter Schröder-Bäck of the research line VHC participate in the Erasmus+ project “Prevent it”. Over the next 3 years, Indian partners from several Indian universities - among them the Manipal Academy of Higher Education -  and European colleagues work on good practice exchanges regarding the prevention of AMR (antimicrobial resistance).

In the first week of July 2019, the launching consortium meeting took place in India - at the premises of coordinating partner Chitkara University

In the week of September 2nd 2019, the consortium meeting will be hosted at Maastricht University.

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