Professor Dame Sally Davies and Professor William Hope at the CEIDR launch event

Events

The team at CEIDR regularly host events to share our work and network with other people interested in the fight against infectious diseases and drug resistance.

Further information about our recent events can be found below.

CEIDR Open Meeting, 9 January 2020

Professor William Hope presenting at the open meeting

Following the success of our away day, our CEIDR Open Meeting in January 2020 brought together a large audience from across our network. Professor William Hope, Director of CEIDR, presented his proposal for the future of the Centre, reinforcing the joint venture between the University of Liverpool and Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. He discussed CEIDR's vision, mission and values of 'One Liverpool' and presented the first of the Centre's Grand Challenges, Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR).

Dr Fiona Marston, Director of CEIDR Innovations, then presented plans on engagement with industry to progress CEIDR's research outputs. She discussed solutions to Grand Challenges coming from our Catapults, (Liverpool Antimicrobial Accelerator, Liverpool Precision Dosing Unit and Liverpool Smart Antimicrobial System), advancing products to market and improving public health locally, in the UK and globally.

 

CEIDR Away Day, 18 November 2019

Attendees at the 2019 CEIDR Away Day

We held our first away day in November 2019, at Hope Street Hotel, Liverpool.

Attendees included around 30 representatives from the University of Liverpool, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, NHS trusts and Liverpool Health Partners. The agenda outlined the purpose and mission of CEIDR's recent expansion into an academic-led centre, as well as highlighting the upcoming application for Biomedical Research Centre funding.

Throughout the day, there was discussion around a number of the Centre's key focus areas, including ideas that would lead to a step change in improvement to tackle antimicrobial resistance. The group also put forward ideas of how members and partners will collaborate and overcome the geographical and logistical challenges that an international workforce presents.

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