Menzies Weekly Seminar - ‘Tackling antibiotic-resistant infection in northern Australia’

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Presenter:  Teresa Wozniak & Will Cuningham

Date: Aug 27, 2019

Time: 12:00pm to 12:30pm

Contact person:  Menzies communications team
T: 8946 8658

Location:  Auditorium | John Mathews Building (Bldg 58), Royal Darwin Hospital Campus (also available on WebEx)

Abstract: Antibiotic-resistant infection, also known as superbugs are infections that no longer respond to antibiotic treatment. By now almost everyone would have heard of the increasing spread of superbug s. The impact is often described on par with the impact of climate change and at times this alarmist approach can seem like it’s all too big an issue. We will discuss with you some of the steps we are taking to tackling this ‘big issue’ of superbugs in northern Australia.

Biographies: Dr Teresa Wozniak is a HOT NORTH Career Development Fellow and Mr Will Cuningham is a second-year PhD student (health economics), in the Global Tropical Health Division at Menzies. Read more about his research on our.

  • The Menzies seminars are free of charge and open to the general public
  • The presentations will be 20 minutes with 10 minutes for questions.
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Menzies Tuesday Seminar Series
Occurs every Tuesday effective Tuesday, June 25, 2019 until Tuesday, December 10, 2019 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM, (UTC+09:30) Darwin
12:00 pm | Australia Central Time (Darwin, GMT+09:30) | 1 hr
Meeting number (access code): 571 124 917
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