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16–17 March
Basel, Switzerland

Novel Antimicrobials & AMR Diagnostics

8th AMR Conference

AMR Conference

6-7 March 2024
Congress Center
Basel, Switzerland

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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.

We look forward to welcoming you again in summer 2021 – hopefully face-to-face.

Here are some key takeaways from the Closing Session:

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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.

More than 400 participants from 25+ countries

High-level panels and expert sessions > live and on-demand

Scientific poster presentations

A wide variety of topics from financing, development & regulation

Virtual 1:1 partnering meetings

SMEs, academics & governmental agencies benefit from discounted fees

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.

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