Germany Launches Global AMR R&D Hub Conceived During G20 Presidency

Devex: A global hub for antimicrobial resistance is taking shape
“Conceived during Germany’s 2017 Group of 20 presidency, a new hub for efforts to combat antimicrobial resistance is now taking shape in the country’s capital, Berlin. … In creating the Global AMR Research and Development Hub, Germany has sought to fill [knowledge gaps that exist around what research is being done to understand, mitigate, or combat AMR]. … The secretariat is focusing first on creating a dashboard to document research and development efforts already underway, while it works to set future priorities…” (Green, 3/20).

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