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The AMR Studio is a podcast dedicated to the current multidiciplinary research on antimicrobial resistance, hosted by the Uppsala Antibiotic Center. The AMR Studio podcast is co-led by Eva Garmendia & Jenny Jagdmann.

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The AMR Studio is a podcast dedicated to the current multidiciplinary research on antimicrobial resistance, hosted by the Uppsala Antibiotic Center. The AMR Studio podcast is co-led by Eva Garmendia & Jenny Jagdmann.

    Ep 32: Anna Dumitriu & bioart. Access to antibiotics in high-income countries.

    Ep 32: Anna Dumitriu & bioart. Access to antibiotics in high-income countries.

    Happy September to you all! Welcome to another episode of The AMR Studio, this time featuring an interview with artist Anna Dumitriu. Tune in to listen to how Anna became so interested in bacteria and antibiotic resistance that she decided to make it a central part of her artwork. We also talk about the implications of science in art, how art and science can help one-another and what she aims to create with her pieces. In the news, we bring you a recent study looking into the details of access to recently developed antibiotics (or lack of thereof) in 14 high-income countries. We hope you enjoy and have a good time with us!

    Check relevant links in the show notes at www.uac.uu.se/the-amr-studio/episode32/. Follow our updates on twitter on www.twitter.com/uac_uu with #theAMRstudio hashtag! Theme music by Henrik Niss: www.tinyurl.com/henriknissspotify.

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    Ep 31: David Hyun & the work of The Pew Charitable Trusts on AMR. Antibiotic treatment & probiotics.

    Ep 31: David Hyun & the work of The Pew Charitable Trusts on AMR. Antibiotic treatment & probiotics.

    Happy month of August to you all! In this episode, we feature an interview with Dr. David Hyun, director of the antibiotic resistance project at The Pew Charitable Trusts. We start by talking about David's journey to his current position and Pew's approach to support policy change and research on AMR in the United States, before diving into their latest publication looking at antibiotic prescriptions during the first months of the COVID-19. In the news section, we cover a recent article studying the potential effects of probiotics after antibiotic treatment on the resistome of the gut microbiota. We wish you the best month ahead and hope you join us again for the next one!

    Check relevant links in the show notes at www.uac.uu.se/the-amr-studio/episode30/. Follow our updates on twitter on www.twitter.com/uac_uu with #theAMRstudio hashtag! Theme music by Henrik Niss: www.tinyurl.com/henriknissspotify

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    Ep 30: Luisa de Sordi & phages. The impact of travel on resistance. New ABR viewpoint & more news.

    Ep 30: Luisa de Sordi & phages. The impact of travel on resistance. New ABR viewpoint & more news.

    Welcome to another episode of The AMR Studio! Dive in to learn the story of Dr. Luisa De Sordi, a microbiologist working with bacteriophages and gut bacteria to study the relationship between our digestive system, the microbiota and their associated phages. We also go through a brief history of phage therapy and its future ahead! On this occasion, we also bring you a packed news section covering a recent article looking into the impact of travel on the human resistome, and highlighting some other recent news and resources that we are sure you will enjoy. Have a lovely month!

    Check relevant links in the show notes at www.uac.uu.se/the-amr-studio/episode30/. Follow our updates on twitter on www.twitter.com/uac_uu with #theAMRstudio hashtag! Theme music by Henrik Niss: www.tinyurl.com/henriknissspotify.

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    Ep 29: Ana Brochado & high through-put in AMR. Candida albicans infections. Role of host immunity.

    Ep 29: Ana Brochado & high through-put in AMR. Candida albicans infections. Role of host immunity.

    Happy month of June to you all, and welcome to another episode of The AMR Studio! Tune in to our interview with Dr. Ana Rita Brochado, group leader at the University of Würzburg and looking into how antibiotic combinations affect bacterial growth using high-throughput methods. You will listen to an insightful and inspiring chat with a young, successful researcher that knows the power of collaborations and multidisciplinary work in AMR. In the news section, we bring you two recent scientific articles: one exploring the effect of beta-lactam antibiotics on secondary Candida infections, and another one looking into the dynamics of antibiotic treatment, the immune system & bacterial evolution over the course of an acute infection.

    Check relevant links in the show notes at www.uac.uu.se/the-amr-studio/episode29/. Follow our updates on twitter on www.twitter.com/uac_uu with #theAMRstudio hashtag! Theme music by Henrik Niss: www.tinyurl.com/henriknissspotify.

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    Ep 28. Rachel Irwin & the visual culture of AMR. Current AB pipeline. Neonatal sepsis in LMICs.

    Ep 28. Rachel Irwin & the visual culture of AMR. Current AB pipeline. Neonatal sepsis in LMICs.

    Welcome to another month at The AMR Studio. In this one, we bring you Rachel Irwin, an anthropologist that has recently focus on studying the visual culture of AMR. In this interview, you'll catch us talking about her work, but also about her path into AMR, the hurdles and happy stories, and some very interesting personal insights. In the news, we cover the latest WHO report, looking into the current antibacterial pipeline, and a very recent paper by the BARNARDS network, exploring the characteristics of resistant infections in neonates from low and middle income countries. Thank you for joining, we hope you enjoy your time with us, and that we have you back next month!

    Check relevant links in the show notes at www.uac.uu.se/the-amr-studio/episode28/. Follow our updates on twitter on www.twitter.com/uac_uu with #theAMRstudio hashtag! Theme music by Henrik Niss: www.tinyurl.com/henriknissspotify.

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    Ep X7: How do we change behaviour around antimicrobial resistance?

    Ep X7: How do we change behaviour around antimicrobial resistance?

    Welcome to this special episode at The AMR Studio in collaboration with Drug Safety Matters podcast. As a follow up to Uppsala Health Summit on “Managing antimicrobial resistance through behaviour change” we spoke to three key participants – Otto Cars, Eldar Shafir and Vanessa Carter – to learn more. We talked to them about how the COVID-19 pandemic might affect AMR globally, how the context around us influences the decisions we make, and how patients’ stories can help communicate the urgency of AMR, among other things. We hope you thoroughly enjoy this episode!

    Check out the show notes at www.uac.uu.se/the-amr-studio/episodex7/. Follow our updates on twitter on www.twitter.com/uac_uu with #theAMRstudio hashtag! Theme music by Henrik Niss: www.tinyurl.com/henriknissspotify.

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