11:15–11:45:

Population Mobility, Globalization, and AMR

 

Douglas MacPherson, M.D., M.Sc. (CTM), FRCPC

Migration Health Consultants, Inc., and McMaster University

11:45–12:15:

Antibiotics in the Environment: Natural and Anthropogenic Contributions

 

Julian Davies, Ph.D.

University of British Columbia

12:15–12:45:

Discussion of Session I

12:45–1:30:

Lunch

Session II
Antimicrobial Resistance: Evolution/Ecology/Environment

Moderators: Frederick Sparling, M.D., and Lonnie King, D.V.M.

1:30–2:00:

AMR in the Environment and the Evolution of Resistance

 

Gerard Wright, Ph.D.

McMaster University

2:00–2:30:

Antibiotic-Induced Resistance Flow

 

Patrice Courvalin, M.D.

Institut Pasteur

2:30–3:00:

The Contribution of Antimicrobial Use in Food Animal Production to the Emergence of Antimicrobial Resistance in Human Pathogens

 

Jørgen Schlundt, Ph.D., D.V.M.

World Health Organization

3:00–3:30:

Questions

3:30–3:45:

Break

3:45–4:15:

Antimicrobial Resistance in Europe: Burden and Successful Prevention and Control Initiatives

 

Dominique L. Monnet, Pharm.D., Ph.D.

European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC)



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