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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's team is composed by Eva Garmendia, Jenny Jagdmann & Po-Cheng Tang.

Latest Episodes

Ep 19. Johan Bengtsson Palme & AMR in the environment. Colistin pharmacokinetics. AB use in LMIC.

We welcome the summer at The AMR Studio! This month, we bring you a deep conversation with Dr. Johan Bengtsson Palme from the CARe center in Gothenburg about the role of the environment in the AMR problem and how his group focuses on studying it. Dive deep into this essential part of "one health" that is so frequently talked about. In the news, we feature two recent UAC articles! Our PhD student Viktor Rognås has published his work on understanding the pharmacokinetics of colistin in very sick patients, while our PhD student Gbemisola Allwell-Brown has published her first article looking into the trends of antibiotic use in 73 low- & middle-income countries. Congrats guys! We hope you enjoy this episode and see you again in July! Check relevant links and material at www.uac.uu.se/the-amr-studio/episode19/. Follow our updates on twitter on www.twitter.com/uac_uu with #theAMRstudio hashtag! Theme music by Henrik Niss: www.tinyurl.com/henriknissspotify.

69 MIN3 d ago
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Ep 19. Johan Bengtsson Palme & AMR in the environment. Colistin pharmacokinetics. AB use in LMIC.

Ep 18. François Lebreton & bioinformatics. Machine Learning approaches in AMR.

May the 4th be with you! Welcome back to our studio, fellow listeners. We are thrilled to bring you an episode looking into some of the newest approaches within AMR research. First, we feature an interview with bioinformatician Dr. François Lebreton, whose primary work consists of using DNA sequence analysis to study outbreaks of resistant strains. In the news section, we talk about machine learning and present two recently published articles about its use in pathogen identification, susceptibility testing and drug discovery. We hope you enjoy it! Check relevant links and material at www.uac.uu.se/the-amr-studio/episode18/. Follow our updates on twitter on www.twitter.com/uac_uu with #theAMRstudio hashtag! Theme music by Henrik Niss: www.tinyurl.com/henriknissspotify.

58 MINMAY 4
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Ep 18. François Lebreton & bioinformatics. Machine Learning approaches in AMR.

Ep 17. Kristina Osbjer & National Action Plans. A new rapid AST. Ab treatment & diabetes type I.

Hi there! Whether you are still at work and doing normal life, or staying home during these difficult times, we got you! Welcome to another episode full of relevant topics around antibiotics and resistance. This month we have an interview with veterinarian Dr. Kristina Osbjer, whose work in Cambodia has helped to set up a multi-sectoral national action plan following up recommendations from the global action plan by WHO. Tune in to learn the process and challenges of such work and why these are needed all around the world to find sustainable solutions to the resistance problem. What about some news? In this occasion we dwell on two research articles by two PhD students at our center! One of the studies presents a new way of rapidly assessing antibiotic susceptibility, whereas the other is looking into the possible relationship between antibiotic treatment in children and the development of type I diabetes. We hope you are safe and healthy - strength and love to all of you. Check rel...

66 MINAPR 6
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Ep 17. Kristina Osbjer & National Action Plans. A new rapid AST. Ab treatment & diabetes type I.

Ep 16. John Rex & Antibiotics R&D. AMR in Newspapers. Collateral sensitivity mechanisms.

Hi listeners! New month, new episode at The AMR Studio. Spring is around the corner and today we bring you an enthusiastic and very eloquent interview with Dr. John Rex, a former infectious diseases doctor that currently works, as he puts it, in developing new drugs, making development of new drugs possible, or making sure people get paid to develop new drugs. Join us in a deep conversation about antibiotics research & development, the antibiotic market and current new ideas not to let this needed sector die. In the news section, we cover a short commentary looking into the societal value of antibiotics, an investigation about how American and Canadian newspapers present AMR in their pages, and a "sciency" article looking into collateral sensitivity (a.k.a. the opposite of cross-resistance). We hope you enjoy this packed episode! Check relevant links and material at www.uac.uu.se/the-amr-studio/episode16/. Follow our updates on twitter on www.twitter.com/uac_uu with #theAMRstudio ha...

61 MINMAR 2
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Ep 16. John Rex & Antibiotics R&D. AMR in Newspapers. Collateral sensitivity mechanisms.

Ep X5. Hacking AMR 2019.

Welcome to another month at The AMR Studio. We are happy to bring you something special this time: a chronicle of a very cool event we were at this past December, a hackathon! Press play to learn what a hackathon is, the projects worked on during the weekend, impressions from some of the people attending, and of course, who won the grand prize! Next month we will be back to our regular structure, but meanwhile we hope you enjoy this one. Check relevant links and material at www.uac.uu.se/the-amr-studio/episodex5/. Follow our updates on twitter on www.twitter.com/uac_uu with #theAMRstudio hashtag! Theme music by Henrik Niss: www.tinyurl.com/henriknissspotify.

37 MINFEB 3
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Ep X5. Hacking AMR 2019.

Ep 15. Jasper Littmann & policy on AMR. Preclinical pipeline and development challenges.

Welcome to the "new" roaring 20s! Celebrate the new year and decade with us by listening to our latest episode, featuring an interview with Dr. Jasper Littmann, Specialist Director for Strategy and Development at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health. In this interview, we learn how an ethicist works when translating knowledge into action within policy making, the challenges in communicating with policy makers, and how the AMR field has changed in the last years. In the news section, we cover two back-to-back publications reviewing the preclinical pipeline and discussing antibiotic development challenges. Check relevant links and material at www.uac.uu.se/the-amr-studio/episode15/. Follow our updates on twitter on www.twitter.com/uac_uu with #theAMRstudio hashtag! Theme music by Henrik Niss: www.tinyurl.com/henriknissspotify.

50 MINJAN 13
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Ep 15. Jasper Littmann & policy on AMR. Preclinical pipeline and development challenges.

Ep 14. Catherine Will & messaging on AMR. Reframing Resistance. Reports update.

Welcome back to our regular episodes! Join us and Catherine Will, from the University of Sussex, in a conversation about how people understand the messages about AMR and how the different mobilizations, stewardship measures, and campaigns around antimicrobial resistance attend to questions of inequality and social injustice. In our news section, we summarize the recent published work by the Wellcome Trust on reframing and communication of resistance, and do a run-through of the latest release of general reports. Check relevant links and material at www.uac.uu.se/the-amr-studio/episode14/. Follow our updates on twitter on www.twitter.com/uac_uu with #theAMRstudio hashtag! Theme music by Henrik Niss: www.tinyurl.com/henriknissspotify.

48 MIN2019 DEC 2
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Ep 14. Catherine Will & messaging on AMR. Reframing Resistance. Reports update.

Ep X4. Communicating AMR globally. Amy Reid.

Here we bring you our second (and last) piece of the special on communicating AMR for this year's awareness week. Click play to listen to Amy Reid, from the World Health Organization working at the AMR team, being interviewed about their work dynamics, strategies, challenges and outlooks when it comes to increase global awareness on AMR. WHO is the main orchestrator of this global awareness annual campaign and their work is essential in this area. Check relevant links and material at www.uac.uu.se/the-amr-studio/episodex3/. Follow our updates on twitter on www.twitter.com/uac_uu with #theAMRstudio hashtag! Theme music by Henrik Niss: www.tinyurl.com/henriknissspotify.

35 MIN2019 NOV 20
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Ep X4. Communicating AMR globally. Amy Reid.

Ep X3. Communicating AMR in Sweden. Gunilla Stridh Ekman & Ulrica Dohnhammar.

Welcome to this first part of our special series for the World Antibiotic Awareness Week 2019 campaign! In this episode you will briefly be introduced to the Swedish health care system, and then you will listen to two interviews of people working with communicating AMR in the Swedish context. First, we have Gunilla Stridh Ekman from STRAMA, presenting the work done mostly at the local level around Uppsala. Afterwards, we have an interview with Ulrica Dohnhammar, from The Swedish Public Health Agency, part of the national awareness campaign "Save the Antibiotics", among other work. Check relevant links and material at www.uac.uu.se/the-amr-studio/episodex3/. Follow our updates on twitter on www.twitter.com/uac_uu with #theAMRstudio hashtag! Theme music by Henrik Niss: www.tinyurl.com/henriknissspotify.

58 MIN2019 NOV 18
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Ep X3. Communicating AMR in Sweden. Gunilla Stridh Ekman & Ulrica Dohnhammar.

Ep 13. Claas Kirchhelle & a historian's role in AMR. Review of progress on Antimicrobial Resistance.

Welcome to our first anniversary episode! Turning 1 with you by featuring the interview we did with Dr. Claas Kirchhelle, a historian at the University of Oxford. Tune in to get a peek into how historians like him contribute to the study and communication of AMR. Also, we briefly cover the recent publication looking into the progress done on the gobal Antimicrobial Resistance work, after the recommendations published back in 2015. A lot has been done, but a lot is still needed! Check relevant links and material at www.uac.uu.se/the-amr-studio/episode13/. Follow our updates on twitter on www.twitter.com/uac_uu with #theAMRstudio hashtag! Theme music by Henrik Niss: www.tinyurl.com/henriknissspotify.

43 MIN2019 NOV 5
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Ep 13. Claas Kirchhelle & a historian's role in AMR. Review of progress on Antimicrobial Resistance.

Latest Episodes

Ep 19. Johan Bengtsson Palme & AMR in the environment. Colistin pharmacokinetics. AB use in LMIC.

We welcome the summer at The AMR Studio! This month, we bring you a deep conversation with Dr. Johan Bengtsson Palme from the CARe center in Gothenburg about the role of the environment in the AMR problem and how his group focuses on studying it. Dive deep into this essential part of "one health" that is so frequently talked about. In the news, we feature two recent UAC articles! Our PhD student Viktor Rognås has published his work on understanding the pharmacokinetics of colistin in very sick patients, while our PhD student Gbemisola Allwell-Brown has published her first article looking into the trends of antibiotic use in 73 low- & middle-income countries. Congrats guys! We hope you enjoy this episode and see you again in July! Check relevant links and material at www.uac.uu.se/the-amr-studio/episode19/. Follow our updates on twitter on www.twitter.com/uac_uu with #theAMRstudio hashtag! Theme music by Henrik Niss: www.tinyurl.com/henriknissspotify.

69 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Ep 19. Johan Bengtsson Palme & AMR in the environment. Colistin pharmacokinetics. AB use in LMIC.

Ep 18. François Lebreton & bioinformatics. Machine Learning approaches in AMR.

May the 4th be with you! Welcome back to our studio, fellow listeners. We are thrilled to bring you an episode looking into some of the newest approaches within AMR research. First, we feature an interview with bioinformatician Dr. François Lebreton, whose primary work consists of using DNA sequence analysis to study outbreaks of resistant strains. In the news section, we talk about machine learning and present two recently published articles about its use in pathogen identification, susceptibility testing and drug discovery. We hope you enjoy it! Check relevant links and material at www.uac.uu.se/the-amr-studio/episode18/. Follow our updates on twitter on www.twitter.com/uac_uu with #theAMRstudio hashtag! Theme music by Henrik Niss: www.tinyurl.com/henriknissspotify.

58 MINMAY 4
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Ep 18. François Lebreton & bioinformatics. Machine Learning approaches in AMR.

Ep 17. Kristina Osbjer & National Action Plans. A new rapid AST. Ab treatment & diabetes type I.

Hi there! Whether you are still at work and doing normal life, or staying home during these difficult times, we got you! Welcome to another episode full of relevant topics around antibiotics and resistance. This month we have an interview with veterinarian Dr. Kristina Osbjer, whose work in Cambodia has helped to set up a multi-sectoral national action plan following up recommendations from the global action plan by WHO. Tune in to learn the process and challenges of such work and why these are needed all around the world to find sustainable solutions to the resistance problem. What about some news? In this occasion we dwell on two research articles by two PhD students at our center! One of the studies presents a new way of rapidly assessing antibiotic susceptibility, whereas the other is looking into the possible relationship between antibiotic treatment in children and the development of type I diabetes. We hope you are safe and healthy - strength and love to all of you. Check rel...

66 MINAPR 6
Comments
Ep 17. Kristina Osbjer & National Action Plans. A new rapid AST. Ab treatment & diabetes type I.

Ep 16. John Rex & Antibiotics R&D. AMR in Newspapers. Collateral sensitivity mechanisms.

Hi listeners! New month, new episode at The AMR Studio. Spring is around the corner and today we bring you an enthusiastic and very eloquent interview with Dr. John Rex, a former infectious diseases doctor that currently works, as he puts it, in developing new drugs, making development of new drugs possible, or making sure people get paid to develop new drugs. Join us in a deep conversation about antibiotics research & development, the antibiotic market and current new ideas not to let this needed sector die. In the news section, we cover a short commentary looking into the societal value of antibiotics, an investigation about how American and Canadian newspapers present AMR in their pages, and a "sciency" article looking into collateral sensitivity (a.k.a. the opposite of cross-resistance). We hope you enjoy this packed episode! Check relevant links and material at www.uac.uu.se/the-amr-studio/episode16/. Follow our updates on twitter on www.twitter.com/uac_uu with #theAMRstudio ha...

61 MINMAR 2
Comments
Ep 16. John Rex & Antibiotics R&D. AMR in Newspapers. Collateral sensitivity mechanisms.

Ep X5. Hacking AMR 2019.

Welcome to another month at The AMR Studio. We are happy to bring you something special this time: a chronicle of a very cool event we were at this past December, a hackathon! Press play to learn what a hackathon is, the projects worked on during the weekend, impressions from some of the people attending, and of course, who won the grand prize! Next month we will be back to our regular structure, but meanwhile we hope you enjoy this one. Check relevant links and material at www.uac.uu.se/the-amr-studio/episodex5/. Follow our updates on twitter on www.twitter.com/uac_uu with #theAMRstudio hashtag! Theme music by Henrik Niss: www.tinyurl.com/henriknissspotify.

37 MINFEB 3
Comments
Ep X5. Hacking AMR 2019.

Ep 15. Jasper Littmann & policy on AMR. Preclinical pipeline and development challenges.

Welcome to the "new" roaring 20s! Celebrate the new year and decade with us by listening to our latest episode, featuring an interview with Dr. Jasper Littmann, Specialist Director for Strategy and Development at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health. In this interview, we learn how an ethicist works when translating knowledge into action within policy making, the challenges in communicating with policy makers, and how the AMR field has changed in the last years. In the news section, we cover two back-to-back publications reviewing the preclinical pipeline and discussing antibiotic development challenges. Check relevant links and material at www.uac.uu.se/the-amr-studio/episode15/. Follow our updates on twitter on www.twitter.com/uac_uu with #theAMRstudio hashtag! Theme music by Henrik Niss: www.tinyurl.com/henriknissspotify.

50 MINJAN 13
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Ep 15. Jasper Littmann & policy on AMR. Preclinical pipeline and development challenges.

Ep 14. Catherine Will & messaging on AMR. Reframing Resistance. Reports update.

Welcome back to our regular episodes! Join us and Catherine Will, from the University of Sussex, in a conversation about how people understand the messages about AMR and how the different mobilizations, stewardship measures, and campaigns around antimicrobial resistance attend to questions of inequality and social injustice. In our news section, we summarize the recent published work by the Wellcome Trust on reframing and communication of resistance, and do a run-through of the latest release of general reports. Check relevant links and material at www.uac.uu.se/the-amr-studio/episode14/. Follow our updates on twitter on www.twitter.com/uac_uu with #theAMRstudio hashtag! Theme music by Henrik Niss: www.tinyurl.com/henriknissspotify.

48 MIN2019 DEC 2
Comments
Ep 14. Catherine Will & messaging on AMR. Reframing Resistance. Reports update.

Ep X4. Communicating AMR globally. Amy Reid.

Here we bring you our second (and last) piece of the special on communicating AMR for this year's awareness week. Click play to listen to Amy Reid, from the World Health Organization working at the AMR team, being interviewed about their work dynamics, strategies, challenges and outlooks when it comes to increase global awareness on AMR. WHO is the main orchestrator of this global awareness annual campaign and their work is essential in this area. Check relevant links and material at www.uac.uu.se/the-amr-studio/episodex3/. Follow our updates on twitter on www.twitter.com/uac_uu with #theAMRstudio hashtag! Theme music by Henrik Niss: www.tinyurl.com/henriknissspotify.

35 MIN2019 NOV 20
Comments
Ep X4. Communicating AMR globally. Amy Reid.

Ep X3. Communicating AMR in Sweden. Gunilla Stridh Ekman & Ulrica Dohnhammar.

Welcome to this first part of our special series for the World Antibiotic Awareness Week 2019 campaign! In this episode you will briefly be introduced to the Swedish health care system, and then you will listen to two interviews of people working with communicating AMR in the Swedish context. First, we have Gunilla Stridh Ekman from STRAMA, presenting the work done mostly at the local level around Uppsala. Afterwards, we have an interview with Ulrica Dohnhammar, from The Swedish Public Health Agency, part of the national awareness campaign "Save the Antibiotics", among other work. Check relevant links and material at www.uac.uu.se/the-amr-studio/episodex3/. Follow our updates on twitter on www.twitter.com/uac_uu with #theAMRstudio hashtag! Theme music by Henrik Niss: www.tinyurl.com/henriknissspotify.

58 MIN2019 NOV 18
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Ep X3. Communicating AMR in Sweden. Gunilla Stridh Ekman & Ulrica Dohnhammar.

Ep 13. Claas Kirchhelle & a historian's role in AMR. Review of progress on Antimicrobial Resistance.

Welcome to our first anniversary episode! Turning 1 with you by featuring the interview we did with Dr. Claas Kirchhelle, a historian at the University of Oxford. Tune in to get a peek into how historians like him contribute to the study and communication of AMR. Also, we briefly cover the recent publication looking into the progress done on the gobal Antimicrobial Resistance work, after the recommendations published back in 2015. A lot has been done, but a lot is still needed! Check relevant links and material at www.uac.uu.se/the-amr-studio/episode13/. Follow our updates on twitter on www.twitter.com/uac_uu with #theAMRstudio hashtag! Theme music by Henrik Niss: www.tinyurl.com/henriknissspotify.

43 MIN2019 NOV 5
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Ep 13. Claas Kirchhelle & a historian's role in AMR. Review of progress on Antimicrobial Resistance.
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