SRM University-AP is set to be the focal point of groundbreaking discussions and research as it will host an international conference dedicated to the critical topic of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and the Future of Antibiotics on 8th and 9th November 2023. This remarkable event, in collaboration with AMR Insights from The Netherlands, UK Innovate KTN, Global AMR Hub, Germany and leading institutions from India, will bring together approximately 40 distinguished scientists and professors from six countries for two days of intense discussions and knowledge exchange.
The conference aims to provide a global platform for experts and thought leaders to share their insights and research findings on the future of antibiotics, a topic of utmost importance in the field of healthcare and life sciences. This two-day event will witness the convergence of renowned scientists and professors from countries worldwide, fostering international collaboration and knowledge-sharing. Participants will present and discuss the latest advancements and research in developing antibiotics, antimicrobial resistance, and innovative approaches to combat emerging challenges. The conference will explore the impact of antibiotic use on public health, strategies for sustainable antibiotic development, and the role of technology in shaping the future of antibiotics.
“We are excited to host ICAFA-2023 at SRM University-AP,” said Prof. Jayaseelan Murugaiyan, Associate Dean and one of the conference convenor, “As we confront the challenges posed by antibiotic resistance and the evolving landscape of healthcare, this conference serves as a vital platform to discuss innovative solutions and the way forward, we will discuss key decisions and ideas that will contribute to solving the challenges caused by disease.”
This conference at SRM University-AP promises to be a beacon of knowledge and a collaborative effort towards addressing one of the most pressing issues in global health. The outcomes of this conference are expected to influence the future direction of antibiotic research and healthcare practices.