If you are interested either in being one of the speakers or a chair of an event or have an idea for a theme or a guest speaker, please get in touch with us via AMR-Network@exeter.ac.uk
|Type of event||Date||Title/Speakers||Time|
|GW4 Crucible ECRs||Thursday 17 June 2021||
GW4 Crucible Seed Funding Projects 2020: Interdisciplinary Approaches to AMR
GW4 comprises the Universities of Bath, Bristol, Exeter and Cardiff, and antimicrobial resistance is a major research strand on which the four universities are collaborating. Each year, GW4 Crucible brings together 30 competitively-selected future research leaders and, through a seed funding opportunity, supports a small number of projects. In 2020, the theme was "Interdisciplinary Approaches to AMR" and, of the five projects selected, four were led by a member of the University of Exeter with several other Exeter ECRs collaborating within those research groups.
Through short presentations, we will hear from some of those involved, including:
Chaired by Dr Andrew Jones, another of the Exeter ECRs involved in the GW4 Crucible 2020.
|Interactive event||Tuesday 20 July 2021||
The challenges of interdisciplinary research grant applications
Interdisciplinary research grant applications are notoriously challenging. For all that UKRI is a single organisation, it comprises a range of funding bodies (eg AHRC, ESRC, BBSRC), all with their own perspective. On some international calls, there can be as many as thirty funding bodies involved.
In this event, we will explore some of the challenges, frustrations, and hopefully hear from those who have navigated these calls successfully.
All events take place through Teams. If you are not yet on the mailing list, please contact us via AMR-Network@exeter.ac.uk
No event was scheduled for May owing to pressures associated with the end-of-year assessment period.
External Guest: "in conversation"
|21 April 2021||
External guest: Professor Clare Chandler, LSHTM
Clare Chandler, Professor of Medical Anthropology at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, was in conversation with Rich Smith, Professor of Health Economics and Deputy Pro-Vice Chancellor of the College of Medicine and Health.
Biography of guest speaker: Clare is a professor in Medical Anthropology and also director of the Antimicrobial Resistance Centre at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. This Centre works to inspire innovation through interdisciplinary engagement and Clare’s own work is characterised by her strong commitment to strengthening the quality, diversity and community of social research in global health. You can read more about Clare, the Anthropology of Antimicrobial Resistance Research Group which she leads and the LSHTM Antimicrobial Resistance Centre.
|Expert panel||18 March 2021||
Members of the MRC Centre for Medical Mycology presented their work and facilitated interdisciplinary discussions with colleagues on opportunities for collaboration
|"Jargon-free"||9 February 2021||
Two more researchers from across the University presented their work in an accessible format for all discipline backgrounds. This was followed by the opportunity for Q&A.
|Collaboration||9 December 2020||AMR Speed collaborating
Members were split into small interdisciplinary breakout groups and tasked with developing a seed corn AMR research project in response to a specific call announcement - in just 10 minutes! Afterwards each group presented a very brief (30sec) summary of their idea, followed by a discussion amongst the whole audience.
The two topics were:
These challenges of AMR will require teams of collaborators to solve them. We took the approach that, whatever your interest in antimicrobial resistance or your level of expertise, you would have something to contribute and all were extremely welcome to join this event.
|External speakers||12 November 2020||
External panel: government organisations
Short panel presentations will be followed by Q&A
|"Jargon-free"||14 October 2020||
Three more researchers from across the University presented their work in an accessible format for all discipline backgrounds. This was followed by Q&A.
|Expert panel||15 September 2020||
A panel discussion considering research - and research gaps - in AMR in food systems
|"Jargon-free"||3 June 2020||
Three researchers from across the University presented their work in an accessible format for all discipline backgrounds in this inaugural event for the Exeter AMR Network. This was followed by Q&A.