Thank you very much
for your participation in the 6th AMR Conference 2022
taking place on 7–8 April at the Congress Center Basel.
We hope you enjoyed the first face-to-face event after two years of virtual meetings and received some successful outcome.
in the AMR and antimicrobial space
CARB-X (part of Boston University) announces the renewal of its support from Wellcome Trust, a worldwide…
The availability of surveillance data on antimicrobial resistance (AMR) makes it possible to assess incidence rates…
A new study by BD (Becton Dickinson) and MSD (Merck & Co.) found higher rates of…
With the goal of counteracting the growing world-wide crisis over resistance to antibiotics, the United Kingdom…
The recently published report by Boston Consulting Group, prepared together with World Economic Forum, Wellcome Trust,…
FasterCures and Financial Innovations Labs® have joint forces on a project to identify new financing models to…
ArrePath announced that it has raised $20 million in seed financing to advance its proprietary, machine…
BIO has published a new report that takes a closer look at the recent investment into…
BWC0977, Bugwork’s candidate for a novel broad spectrum anti-bacterial agent, will be further developed with financial…
6th AMR Conference – What you can expect
The AMR Conference is a platform to discuss strategies and the specific challenges faced by SMEs in bringing new antimicrobial treatments and diagnostics to market.
2021 Event Highlights
Summer Edition – AMR Briefing Sessions
With around 30 international experts in the line-up, the virtual conference discussed the current state of the fight against antimicrobial resistance (AMR) during three Briefing sessions, which took place from 24 to 26 August under the umbrella of the 5th AMR Conference – Summer Edition.
Almost 500 registered participants took part in the event to follow discussions about pandemic preparedness, the COVID-19 impact on AMR R&D, the financing climate and policy incentives.
Overall, most of the stakeholders emphasised that there is a momentum of optimism. “The level of investment is rising, interest in the field has improved and the overall trend is quite good. Particularly vaccines have found investments”, said Aleks Engel from Novo Holdings REPAIR Impact Fund. Overall, Engel also underlined that there is a lot of innovation taking place in the AMR field: “When we started our fund three years ago, we were embarrassed to see how many innovative companies there are, many more than we could invest in with our fund.” In the meantime, many of them have developed further.
2020 Event Highlights
Event Impressions & Testimonials
The #AMRconference 2020 was a great success. Almost 450 international AMR experts have participated in 26 live sessions which provided a 360 degree overview of the current AMR industry and resulted in engaging discussions.
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2019 Event Highlights
Event Impressions & Testimonials
More than 330 experts joined the 2-day AMR Conference 2019 in Berlin. They called for rapid capital investments and economic incentives in the fight against antimicrobial resistance (AMR). The AMR Conference is a platform for SMEs, start-ups, big pharma, academia, clinicians, investors, public stakeholders and policy-makers to discuss strategies and the specific challenges faced by SMEs in bringing new antimicrobial treatments and diagnostics to the market.