Following up on the last blog post about the OHSA event on Anti-Microbial Resistance, I would like to spend some words discussing how AMR is a systemic problem that requires systemic solutions using the Sustainable Development Goals as reference ... READ MORE
On November 1st, the One Health Student Association hosted an interdisciplinary panel on antimicrobial resistance (AMR) to dive deep into and promote awareness on the growing issue. Esteemed panelists included a wide range of UF faculty: Dr. ... READ MORE
What Do We Want? A Multidisciplinary Approach to AMR Research. When Do We Want It? Now!
The problem of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a complex and multifaceted one. AMR is caused by pathogenic bacteria that are genetically evolved enough ... READ MORE
History of Antibiotics
Good and bad bacteria live all around us. They exist inside human bodies, animal bodies, food, and in almost every last crevice of the environment. Some bacterial species help us digest our food while others make us sick; ... READ MORE