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The AMR Studio

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The AMR Studio is a podcast dedicated to the current multidiciplinary research on antimicrobial resistance, hosted by the Uppsala Antibiotic Center. The AMR Studio podcast is co-led by Eva Garmendia & Elin Fermér.
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Welcome to April dear listeners! In this episode, we bring you an interview with Dr. Alberto Antonelli, researcher at the University of Florence doing a very important job: taking care of testing and optimizing new diagnostic technologies in high AMR-impacted settings such as Italy. Tune in to listen his path to his research field, the challenges h…
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After a short hiatus, we are back with our regular episodes, and with a pop-up guest co-host! Tune in to our first of 2024, where we learn about surveillance and use of health data for its automation with Suzanne Ruhe-van der Werff, research specialist at Karolinska Institutet. In this interview, we learn about Suzanne’s path from parasitology to i…
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How can we prevent antibiotic resistance together? For this World AMR Awareness Week 2023, we focus on this togetherness by highlighting Community Engagement in AMR, with 8 guests bringing us their perspectives on what communities and community engagement are, how community engagement can be essential on the road to mitigate the effects of resistan…
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Welcome to November! In this episode, we bring you the work of Álvaro San Millán, group leader at the National Center for Biotechnology in Spain, where he researches the role of plasmids in antibiotic resistance. In this interview, among other things, we talk about how understanding plasmid biology can lead to new ways of tackling resistance, and l…
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Welcome to a new episode, albeit the slight delay! Tune in this October to listen to Elin’s first interview ever! She had the chance to sit down and talk to Jakob Altgärde, infectious diseases physician with experience in hospital work around infections and resistance in both Sweden and Nepal. With him, we learn how an ID physician works day-to-day…
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We are back from summer break with a new discipline at our studio, ethnobotany! Click play to hear about the work of ethnobotanist Cassandra Quave, a.k.a. The Plant Hunter, in her quest to find new antibiotics, anti-infectives, and biofilm inhibitors in plants used in traditional medicines around the world. We learn with her about the vast chemical…
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Welcome to our July episode, just before the holidays! This month, we bring you an interview with Sophia Wood, designer, and teacher at the Beckmans College of Design. Sophia led a group of design students through the “interdisciplinary waters” as they prepared to make an exhibition about AMR which they named “Are We There Yet?”. Tune in to learn a…
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June comes with a bang! Tune in to this episode to hear the insights of the incomparable Dame Sally Davies, former UK Chief Medical Officer and current UK Special Envoy on Antimicrobial Resistance. We chat with her about her path to being a global advocate on AMR, the need for better global governance, and what her vast experience has taught her. T…
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Spring is back in Sweden, and so are we in your ears! This month of May we bring you an interview with Anna Sjöblom, director of ReAct Europe, a branch of an international organization working to promote and deliver action on antibiotic resistance. We learn about Anna’s background, the path that led her to ReAct, and many of the activities that ReA…
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The AMR Studio goes on a field trip! Join our hosts Eva & Elin on their adventures in Copenhagen at the European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (a.k.a. ECCMID) this year. From 15th to 18th of April, more than 13.000 people came together to talk about the most recent advances in infectious diseases, including antimicrobial…
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In this episode, we bring you a double interview with two women deeply involved in patient advocacy and AMR. Tune in to hear the story of Pernilla Rönnholm, chair and founder of Mirakel, an association advocating for premature babies and their families, and the work that Laura Cigolot is doing within the AMR patient group, a cross-European initiati…
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Ready for a new episode? This month of March we bring you an interview with Alison Prendiville, Professor of Service Design at London Colleague of Communication, University of the Arts, London. With Alison, we learn the importance of co-creation and design when working with implementation, and how crucial communication is in various forms for inter…
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Welcome to 2023! Tune in to this episode to hear the work and experience of Professor Nicola Gale, a sociologist with long experience in interdisciplinary work. We learn with her about sociological work, how she applies risk work theory to AMR, and her insights into the intersection between the application of guidelines and the personal experience …
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Welcome to this last episode of 2022! After a super busy and important month of November, we bring you a new episode with quite a Swedish perspective. On November 17th, we attended the Swedish Antibiotic Forum event and were able to talk to Jonas Fuks, an analyst at the Public Health Agency of Sweden, about the 10-year anniversary of the forum and …
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Can you imagine a society where every individual and organization acts and works in a way to reduce the impact of antibiotic resistance? A society where everyone is aware of the problem and engaged in trying to resolve it? How would that look to you? For this year’s World Antimicrobial Awareness Week we bring you the Antibiotic Smart Sweden initiat…
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Coming in hot for this November month! Today we have with us Dr. Vaughn Cooper, professor and director of the Center for Evolutionary Biology and Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh. Tune in to learn about his deep love for evolution, his background at the Lenski lab, and his current work studying biofilms.For the news section, we first bring …
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In this October episode, we bring you an interview with Dr. Björn Ronnerstrand, a political sciences researcher who brings to us how political sciences and AMR intersect and his work on the possible role of the EU in AMR policy. We also discuss the need for more political science research in this area and how AMR can be a fantastic starting point f…
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In this September episode, we bring you a 2-for-1 interview! Listen to Bruce Blough & Elliott Pauli talk about the Chemistry Center for Combating Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria (CC4CARB) project they are working on, an innovative chemistry center focused on the synthesis, acquisition, and distribution of rationally designed, focused libraries free-o…
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Welcome back to the AMR studio after our short summer break! For this episode, we are bringing you an interview with Dr. John Jernigan, physician and director of the Office of Hospital Acquired Infections Prevention Research and Evaluation Division at the CDC. We talk with him about the new innovative approaches that the CDC is working on when it c…
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Welcome to this June episode! This month we bring you a story and theme we consider very important in the efforts to control AMR: patient advocacy. Tune in to listen to the story of Vanessa Carter, a patient who suffered from the consequences of antibiotic resistance during her recovery after a car accident, and saw first hand the shortcomings of h…
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Happy month of May! Happy month of May! In this one-health oriented episode we bring you the work of Carl-Fredrik Flach, who is an expert on sewage surveillance applied to AMR. In this interview, we chat with him about the overall role of the environment in AMR, what its dimensions are, and learn how sewage surveillance could be an asset to drive e…
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Welcome to our slightly delayed April episode! For this one, we bring you an interview with Dr. Celia Souque, an evolutionary biologist with a love for board games. We talk with her about evolution, antibiotic resistance and her great outreach board game project "Drugs vs. bugs" where she worked to design not only an educational tool, but also a be…
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For this month of March, we bring you an interview with Mr. Michael Craig, director of the CDC's Antibiotic Resistance Coordination and Strategy, where we learn more about the role and work of public health agencies, how the CDC works in its strategy against antibiotic resistance, and the importance of prevention. In our news section, we present to…
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Happy 2022 to you all! We are glad start a new year with you with this episode. This time, we bring you an interview with our first UAC PhD graduate, Christer Malmberg, who defended his industry-PhD thesis last year, where he developed a new rapid method of testing antibiotic susceptibility. We talk about his experience throughout his studies, what…
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Welcome to another regular episode at The AMR Studio! We are happy to be back with our interviews, and we bring you today the work and broad experience of professor and GARDP's Scientific Director Laura Piddock, an incredible scientists and AMR policy advocate. She shares with us her path, insights and experiences, and inspires us for the future. I…
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Welcome to the second part of this special series with occasion of the antimicrobial week. To raise awareness from and to the AMR community, today we bring you another four researchers at the Uppsala Antibiotic Center that focus their work beyond the lab and development of new treatments. Listen to learn what they are working on, from farms to hosp…
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Happy World Antimicrobial Awareness Week! For this year's campaign theme “Spread Awareness, Stop Resistance” we thought to tackle the concept of “awareness” from a different angle. We believe that awareness of the work of others within the AMR community is also important, and that sharing the understanding, viewpoints, and perspectives of AMR profe…
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Welcome to another month with the AMR Studio! For this occasion, we sat down with Dr. Manica Balasegaram to talk about his path from his years as a physician to his current position as director of the Global Antibiotic Research & Development Partnership (GARDP). Listen to learn how he entered the AMR world and the aspirations and current work done …
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Happy September to you all! Welcome to another episode of The AMR Studio, this time featuring an interview with artist Anna Dumitriu. Tune in to listen to how Anna became so interested in bacteria and antibiotic resistance that she decided to make it a central part of her artwork. We also talk about the implications of science in art, how art and s…
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Happy month of August to you all! In this episode, we feature an interview with Dr. David Hyun, director of the antibiotic resistance project at The Pew Charitable Trusts. We start by talking about David's journey to his current position and Pew's approach to support policy change and research on AMR in the United States, before diving into their l…
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Welcome to another episode of The AMR Studio! Dive in to learn the story of Dr. Luisa De Sordi, a microbiologist working with bacteriophages and gut bacteria to study the relationship between our digestive system, the microbiota and their associated phages. We also go through a brief history of phage therapy and its future ahead! On this occasion, …
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Happy month of June to you all, and welcome to another episode of The AMR Studio! Tune in to our interview with Dr. Ana Rita Brochado, group leader at the University of Würzburg and looking into how antibiotic combinations affect bacterial growth using high-throughput methods. You will listen to an insightful and inspiring chat with a young, succes…
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Welcome to another month at The AMR Studio. In this one, we bring you Rachel Irwin, an anthropologist that has recently focus on studying the visual culture of AMR. In this interview, you'll catch us talking about her work, but also about her path into AMR, the hurdles and happy stories, and some very interesting personal insights. In the news, we …
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Welcome to this special episode at The AMR Studio in collaboration with Drug Safety Matters podcast. As a follow up to Uppsala Health Summit on “Managing antimicrobial resistance through behaviour change” we spoke to three key participants – Otto Cars, Eldar Shafir and Vanessa Carter – to learn more. We talked to them about how the COVID-19 pandemi…
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Welcome back to The AMR Studio dear listeners. This month, we bring you an interview with Helle Aagaard, deputy director at ReAct, who has recently, as lead author, published a new report looking into sustainable solutions for access to effective antibiotics for everyone, everywhere. Listen to her story to learn more about her background and entry …
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Starting March the best way, with an AMR Studio episode! This time we bring you an old friend of the podcast, Mirko Ancillotti, right before his doctoral defense, talking to us about his path from philosophy and ethics into biology and public health. We also converse about his latest results on public preferences regarding antibiotic treatment, and…
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Welcome, bienvenidos, välkommna to 2021 dear listeners! In this kickstart episode after the New Years hiatus we bring you an in-depth interview with Linus Sandegren, coordinator at UAC, but also researcher and teacher at Uppsala University. Learn how his early research in a topic quite unknown led him to work on AMR, and what his group is currently…
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Welcome to our last 2020 episode, listeners! For this occasion, we were thrilled to interview the last of our associate senior lecturers, Dr. Lindon Moodie. His path through the field of organic chemistry has brought him to AMR recently and in this conversation we learn how he is approaching the task of finding new antibiotics. In the news section,…
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Welcome to our special contribution for World Antimicrobial Awareness Week 2020! In this episode we focus on the aspect of human behaviour in the AMR context. Why is it important? How can we motivate people to change the way the relate to antibiotics? What role do we all play in this? This are the very question that the Uppsala Health Summit will f…
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Welcome to November at The AMR Studio! This month we bring you the cutting-edge research conducted by one of the associate senior lecturers at the UAC, Dr. Teresa Zardán Gómez de la Torre, who is working on developing an easy, affordable, and stable new diagnostic tool based on nanotechnology. Listen to how nano-materials could be the next answer t…
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This month we bring you the work and career of Dr. Olof Lindahl, one of the associate senior lecturers at UAC, working in the field of business studies applied to AMR. In the news section, we present to you a new innovative method to test how antibiotics combinations work, and cover a recent article looking into the evolution of plasmid stability i…
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Welcome back to The AMR Studio after the summer vacation! ☀️ Today we bring you a long-waited interview with CEFAIA's founder & AMR scientist Dr. Ursula Theuretzbacher. Learn about her career, current interests and work through our conversation, very enlightening! In the news section we cover the current launching of a big international collaborati…
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July is here, and so is the heat! This month at The AMR Studio we bring you the work of Dr. Peter Jørgensen, from the Stockholm Resilience Center. Listen to this episode to learn about what resilience means, how it is related to AMR and how an evolutionary biology perspective can help achieve a more sustainable future. In the news section, we cover…
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We welcome the summer at The AMR Studio! This month, we bring you a deep conversation with Dr. Johan Bengtsson Palme from the CARe center in Gothenburg about the role of the environment in the AMR problem and how his group focuses on studying it. Dive deep into this essential part of "one health" that is so frequently talked about. In the news, we …
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May the 4th be with you! Welcome back to our studio, fellow listeners. We are thrilled to bring you an episode looking into some of the newest approaches within AMR research. First, we feature an interview with bioinformatician Dr. François Lebreton, whose primary work consists of using DNA sequence analysis to study outbreaks of resistant strains.…
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Hi there! Whether you are still at work and doing normal life, or staying home during these difficult times, we got you! Welcome to another episode full of relevant topics around antibiotics and resistance. This month we have an interview with veterinarian Dr. Kristina Osbjer, whose work in Cambodia has helped to set up a multi-sectoral national ac…
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Hi listeners! New month, new episode at The AMR Studio. Spring is around the corner and today we bring you an enthusiastic and very eloquent interview with Dr. John Rex, a former infectious diseases doctor that currently works, as he puts it, in developing new drugs, making development of new drugs possible, or making sure people get paid to develo…
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Welcome to another month at The AMR Studio. We are happy to bring you something special this time: a chronicle of a very cool event we were at this past December, a hackathon! Press play to learn what a hackathon is, the projects worked on during the weekend, impressions from some of the people attending, and of course, who won the grand prize! Nex…
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Welcome to the "new" roaring 20s! Celebrate the new year and decade with us by listening to our latest episode, featuring an interview with Dr. Jasper Littmann, Specialist Director for Strategy and Development at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health. In this interview, we learn how an ethicist works when translating knowledge into action within…
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Welcome back to our regular episodes! Join us and Catherine Will, from the University of Sussex, in a conversation about how people understand the messages about AMR and how the different mobilizations, stewardship measures, and campaigns around antimicrobial resistance attend to questions of inequality and social injustice. In our news section, we…
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