SHEtalks: What's the problem with antimicrobial resistance? A linguist's perspective

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'What's the problem with antimicrobial resistance (AMR)? A linguist's perspective' by Gabriela Saldanha

Gabriela Saldanha is a researcher in SHE. As a linguist and translation studies scholar, her research aims to explain the nature of translation as a creative process, with a particular focus on its contribution to the transformation of literary works and literatures, and to the dissemination and transformation of knowledge.

In SHE she works on the development of the Oslo Medical Corpus, within the context of the EquityAMR project, on the analysis of global and local policies to understand how they contribute to knowledge and practices affecting the global crisis in antimicrobial resistance.

What is SHEtalks
 

SHEtalks are research lunch lectures, and a collaboration between KNOWIT and SHE. All SHEtalks are public events for everybody.

How to participate in the SHEtalks
 

If you are interested in joining, please send an email to Trine Kleven trine.kleven@medisin.uio.no

 

Emneord: AMR, sustainable health care, translation, Oslo Medical Corpus
Publisert 23. feb. 2022 21:15 - Sist endret 1. juli 2022 22:44