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Are you an academic interested in finding out how your knowledge can be used to solve industry challenges? Would you like to widen your network? Meet potential collaborators / future employees? Gain insights into relevant funding schemes?

If you answer YES to any of the above, now is the time to register for the AIMday in Antimicrobial Resistance.

The event takes place on Thursday 4 July at the Blavatnik School of Government and is hosted by The University of Oxford, together with the NIHR Community Healthcare MIC.

FREE registration for academics is now open and closes on Thursday 27 June (advance registration is essential).

A range of companies are registered to attend, and it will be a fantastic opportunity for researchers looking to network with industry and discuss relevant questions.

Companies registered to attend

  • Abbott
  • Academic Health Science Network for the North East and North Cumbria
  • Amprologix
  • Astrego Diagnostics
  • Centauri Therapeutics
  • Destiny Pharma
  • Evotec
  • GeneFirst
  • GSK
  • Ingenza
  • Innovate UK
  • metaLinear
  • Oppilotech
  • Oxford Drug Design
  • Pedanius Therapeutics
  • Randox Laboratories
  • Release Life Sciences and Diagnostics
  • Summit Therapeutics
  • Thermo Fisher Scientific

To see the questions posed by these companies, please visit aimday.se/amr-2019/questions-listing.

Register here: http://aimday.se/amr-oxford-2019

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