U.S. Joins G20 Countries At Launch Of Global Antimicrobial Resistance Research, Development Hub

IDSA’s “Science Speaks”: U.S. joins other G20 countries in antimicrobial resistance research initiative
Rabita Aziz, writer at “Science Speaks” and senior global health policy specialist at IDSA, discusses the launch of a new global antimicrobial resistance research and development hub, writing, “The U.S. is one of 18 countries and organizations in the new international research initiative to combat antimicrobial resistance, which aims to facilitate collaboration on antimicrobial resistance research and development at an international level, identify and prioritize research and development gaps, and promote and facilitate increased investments” (5/25).

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