Join the fight against superbugs with cutting-edge science as your defence
Antibiotic drugs have saved millions of lives since the 1940s. However, while disease-causing bacteria continue to change, our pharmaceutical defences have not, raising the threat of deadly armies of superbugs and a return to the dark days of infection care. The medical and scientific community is rallying but will they crack the microbial codes in time?
Our panel will discuss how science, government and industry must join forces to defend us in the escalating war of resistance.
Dr Seib is a Group Leader at the Institute for Glycomics, Griffith University (Gold Coast). She completed a PhD in microbiology in 2004 from the University of Queensland, spent several...View Profile
Jennifer Broom is an Infectious Diseases Physician at the Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service and an Advance Queensland Senior Research Fellow.View Profile
Krispin Hajkowicz is the Director of Infectious Diseases at Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and founded the Queensland Statewide Antimicrobial Stewardship Program – a Queensland Government program to ensure the...View Profile
Makrina Totsika is a Vice-Chancellor’s Senior Research Fellow and Group Leader at the Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation, Queensland University of Technology. Originally from Greece, Makrina completed a PhD...View Profile
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