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Antimicrobial resistance research

Antimicrobial resistance continues to be a growing global concern as many previously treatable infections become harder to cure. To support the researchers that battle the spreading threat of antimicrobial resistance, we offer options for challenging sample types, guidance for choosing the right approach for your lab as well as methods for rapid profiling and identification.

Antimicrobial resistance research for known and future threats

From sample preparation through sequencing and dPCR to data analysis, we support your AMR research with a complete and powerful workflow to meet your research needs.

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Supporting antimicrobial resistance research for known and future threats – QIAGEN scientists share their expertise

Webinar part 1 – Challenges in extracting nucleic acid for antimicrobial resistance monitoring

Dominic O'Neil,
Director Microbiome Product Development, Microbiome Product Development
QIAGEN GmbH, Hilden, Germany

Webinar part 2 – NGS in Antimicrobial Research: Tips & Tricks

Dylan Barbera,
Global Product Manager, UNGS Genotyping, GPM Genomics
QIAGEN Sciences, Inc., Germantown, USA

Webinar part 3 – AMR monitoring with nanoplate digital PCR

Dr. Ronny Kellner,
R&D Senior Scientist, dPCR
QIAGEN GmbH, Hilden, Germany

Webinar part 1 – Precision microbiome engineering as an alternative to antibiotics to prevent bacterial infections in agricultural settings

Jennifer Ronholm,
Professor, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Webinar part 2 – Monitoring antibiotic resistance in human populations is necessary for evidence-based prevention and effective response to control outbreaks

Camille Favier,
Graduate student
PHySE-HSM laboratory, University of Montpellier, France