Monday October 18 – Friday October 22 – 2021 at UiT – The Arctic University of Norway.
The course will provide detailed insight and knowledge of antimicrobial resistance in bacteria. The objectives will include understanding of principles regarding antibiotic resistance, methods for detection of resistance, clinical breakpoints, resistance epidemiology, mechanisms for resistance development/evolution and spread, drivers behind development of antimicrobial resistance, clinically important resistance mechanisms in bacteria, molecular methods for typing of resistance bacterial clones and concepts in drug discovery.
Please visit our courses and events page for more information. The application deadline for students not registered at UiT is on June 1st.
*course programme updated on May 21st
IBA offers support for travel and accomodation for our PhD and research track members.