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Fachbereich Veterinärmedizin



    Verbreitung des Wissens über antimikrobielle Resistenz und Anwendung von Gesamtgenomsequenzierungen relevanter bakterieller Infektionserreger in Zeiten der COVID-19 Pandemie


    The long-term objective of DAMR is to promote virtual mobility for dissemination of AMR and WGS knowledge which will be crucial to contribute to future understanding of AMR emergency in post-COVID-19 era. The following key objectives will contribute to achieve this objective: 1) To build a solid network of academics: a) with previous history of collaborations, b) routinely involved in isolation of AMR foodborne pathogens in food, animals and humans, c) with complementary expertise in food safety, animal production, veterinary and human medicine and in particular in the molecular basis of AMR and its spread, strategies to reduce the use of antimicrobials in animal production, antimicrobial stewardship in human medicine, whole genome sequencing based approaches to the study of AMR bacterial pathogens 2) To disseminate AMR and WGS knowledge by virtual JTUs and on-line surveys 3) To expand researchers? expertise in second and third WGS platforms and pipelines by virtual mobility 4) To compare the output data of Illumina, Nanopore and PacBio, for identification of tools for present and future comparable WGS sequence data Antimicrobial resistance is part of UNA EUROPA ONE HEALTH project (UNAOH). DAMR aims to complement and expand the international connectivity and exchange of knowledge on AMR, already initiated by UNAOH, by virtual mobility models such as JTUs and on-line surveys as well as by additional involvement of international recognized AMR experts of UNA EUROPA Universities and beyond.

    Projektleitung: Prof. Dr. Stefan Schwarz
    Eintragende Einrichtung: Institut für Mikrobiologie und Tierseuchen
    Projektlaufzeit: 01.04.2021 bis 31.03.2022
    Projekttyp: Forschungsprojekt