Come together as we connect people, resources, and ideas to accelerate and synergize efforts to combat antibiotic resistance at the inaugural annual conference for the National Institute of Antimicrobial Resistance Research and Education.

This virtual two-day event—taking place April 20-21, 2021—will bring together scientists, educators, industry professionals, government and NGO representatives from current and prospective NIAMRRE member institutions to build the foundational relationships with NIAMRRE and each other necessary to move the needle on antimicrobial resistance, stewardship, and use concerns. 

Four sessions will cover NIAMRRE's four priority areas: advocacy, collaboration, research, and education. In each session, participants will hear from experts in the human, animal and environmental health before engaging with each other to discuss viable paths forward in each of these areas. 

It's been tough to build community during a public health crisis, but we know that building meaningful, action-oriented relationships to enable a shared One Health vision for AMR can't wait. We hope you'll join us virtually on April 20-21.

Download the Conference Program (PDF)

Conference Highlights

  • Forecasting the role of AMR in the U.S. federal landscape
  • Case studies of industry/academia and private/public partnerships
  • Lightning research talks presented by NIAMRRE member Scientists on a variety of AMR topics
  • Adapting the AAVMC/APLU National Action Plan AMR Learning Objectives for broad application across One Health
  • Facilitated discussions aimed at building relationships and taking action
  • Online NIAMRRE Scientist Poster Gallery and Graduate Student Contest