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Interdisciplinary Forum for Research on Antimicrobial resistance (INFRA)

We bring together students and researchers working on antimicrobial resistance from various disciplines.

Stetoscope, pills, laboratory, advertisment for broadspectrum antibiotics

Photos: / Bayer

About the network

Interdisciplinary Forum for Research on Antimicrobial resistance (INFRA) is a network for student and researchers, which aims to advance and strengthen interdisciplinary collaboration, education and research on antimicrobial and antibiotic resistance at the University of Oslo. The network is part of and funded by the Centre for Sustainable Healtcare Education (SHE) and the AntiMicrobials in Complex Systems (AMiCS) unit.

INFRA is coordinated by a core group of researchers at SHE and the Institute of Health and Society (Helsam), UiO. The network aims to serve as a meeting point for national and international research and educational activities on antimicrobial resistance across disciplinary boundaries and departments.

More about INFRA


Ingen kommende arrangementer

  • Bildet kan inneholde: design.
    Network funds for social study of microbes Dec. 15, 2021

    Helsam researchers are part of a new Helsinki-led network that recently received workshop funding from The Joint Committee for Nordic research councils in the humanities and social sciences (NOS-HS).

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    NFR-midlar til antibiotikaforsking June 2, 2020

    Avdeling for samfunnsmedisin og global helse, v/ prosjektleiar Heidi Fjeld, har nyleg blitt tildelt 12 millionar frå SAMKUL til prosjektet Frå Asia til Afrika: Antibiotikaens vegar over det indiske hav.

INFRA kick-off seminar was held at the Institute of Health and Society in February 2020. 


Tags: Antimicrobial resistance, Antibiotic Resistance, Antibiotics
Published Nov. 1, 2019 8:57 AM - Last modified Aug. 22, 2022 1:02 PM