Novel Antimicrobials and AMR Diagnostics 2019

Programme - Day 1

Overview of preliminary programme structure

At a glance | Day 1 | Day 2

PRE-CONFERENCE PROGRAMME – THURSDAY, 14 March
13:00–14:30 Pre-conference Workshop
"Resistance testing – beyond serial pass experiments"
Jointly organised by Novo Repair Impact Fund, CARB-X, GARDP and Wellcome Trust

Confirmed speakers:
• Lloyd Payne, Evotec AG
• Ursula Theuretzbacher, Infectious Disease Expert

// open to all conference delegates – limited seats available; register via the online form  //
14:30–15:30 Pre-conference Meeting
BEAM Alliance General Assembly
// for members only //

  

CONFERENCE DAY 1 – THURSDAY, 14 March
15:00–19:00 Registration, Poster Presentations and Exhibition open
16:00–17:45Plenary Session
Policy Session – Part I 
How to leverage public and private support to efficiently finance AMR innovation?
Co-organised with WHO and UNCTAD

The Policy Session will be organised together with WHO/UNCTAD and will serve as a follow-up of the AMR session at the World Investment Forum in October 2018. After introductory presentations a panel debate will discuss major challenges of setting up a new AMR investment fund.

Confirmed speakers:
• Christoph Spennemann, UNCTAD (Moderator)
• Marc Gitzinger, Bioversys AG & BEAM Alliance Board Member
• Peter Beyer, WHO
• Kevin Outterson, CARB-X
• Christoph Riemann, Global Investment Bridge AG & Bacteriobator Accelerator
• Anand AnandKumar, Bugworks
17:45–18:00 Break
18:00–19:00Parallel Sessions and Investor Partnering
Policy Session – Part II
Workshop: How to set up a new AMR innovation fund?
Co-organised with WHO and UNCTAD

Round table discussions in smaller groups will analyse main parameters for setting up a new AMR innovation fund 
Session 1
Academic Innovations
The session will highlight application-oriented academic research on AMR therapeutics and diagnostics. It will be opened by an introduction that emphasizes the role of academia in product development.

Confirmed speakers:
• Till Bachmann, University of Edinburgh, UK 
• Olga Genilloud, Foundation Medina, Spain
• Franziska Mandl, TU Munich, GER
• Jean-Claude Girard, INSERM, FR 
Session 2
Non-traditional Approaches and Enabling Technologies
The session will showcase therapeutic developments that go beyond traditional small molecule approaches as well as platform technologies that enables the discovery and development of new antibiotics, alternatives to antimicrobials, AMR therapies and diagnostic approaches.

Confirmed speakers:
• Dave Ousterout, CTO, Locus Biosciences, US
• Achim Plum, Managing Director, Ares Genetics, AUT 
• Egill Másson, CEO, Akthelia, ISL




Investor Partnering
Pre-scheduled 1-to-1 meetings (18:00–19:00)
19:30–21:30 Welcome Reception
Location: Radisson Blu Hotel – Foyer Berliner Dom, 7th Floor 
// open to all conference attendees – please note: additional fee applies //