Dr Ghada Zoubiane is the Head of Partnerships and Stakeholder Engagement at the International Centre for Antimicrobial Resistance Solutions (ICARS). In her role, she is shaping and delivering on ICARS’ efforts in antimicrobial resistance (AMR) intervention and implementation research, bridging the gap between evidence and practice and working in close partnership with low- and middle-income countries.
Ghada has over 20-year experience in both the public and private sector with the aim to advance global health research. She was previously at the Wellcome Trust leading the science and innovation activities of their Drug-Resistant Infections priority programme. She spent over nine years at the UK Medical Research Council (MRC) developing and leading different areas of research including antimicrobial resistance, infectious diseases and public health. Ghada has a strong appreciation of the science policy interface and the benefit of building strong partnerships across different stakeholders and sectors nationally and internationally. Prior to the MRC, Ghada had experience in basic and translational research including early stage drug discovery and development within academia and the private sector.
Title of the presentation:
The International Centre for AMR Solutions: From Policy to Practice