Antimicrobial Resistance – A One Health Approach to a Growing Problem

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Antibiotic resistance occurs when bacteria develop the ability to defeat the drugs designed to kill them. One Health is a research perspective that considers the health of animals, humans and the environment as a single, integrated whole. The growing concern associated with antimicrobial resistance is that it threatens human and animal health. This seminar will highlight what we know and what we can do to work together using a One Health approach to this critical global health threat.  


Panelists: Michael Bazaco and Sara Bazaco, Adjunct Faculty at University of Maryland specializing in infectious disease epidemiology


Moderators: Ryan Arsenault and Kali Kniel, Department of Animal and Food Sciences


This event is part of the “University of Delaware One Health Seminar Series," held throughout the Spring 2019 Semester and organized by UD College of Agriculture and Natural Resources.

Thursday, March 21, 2019 at 3:30pm to 5:00pm

STAR Health Sciences Complex, Atrium
540 S. College Avenue, Newark, DE 19713

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Students, Lectures & Programs, Academics, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Community, Lectures and Programs



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