Tackling antibiotic resistance Academic Article uri icon

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abstract

  • The development and spread of antibiotic resistance in bacteria is a universal threat to both humans and animals that is generally not preventable but can nevertheless be controlled, and it must be tackled in the most effective ways possible. To explore how the problem of antibiotic resistance might best be addressed, a group of 30 scientists from academia and industry gathered at the Banbury Conference Centre in Cold Spring Harbor, New York, USA, from 16 to 18 May 2011. From these discussions there emerged a priority list of steps that need to be taken to resolve this global crisis.

authors

  • Bush, Karen
  • Courvalin, Patrice
  • Dantas, Gautam
  • Davies, Julian
  • Eisenstein, Barry
  • Huovinen, Pentti
  • Jacoby, George A
  • Kishony, Roy
  • Kreiswirth, Barry N
  • Kutter, Elizabeth
  • Lerner, Stephen A
  • Levy, Stuart
  • Lewis, Kim
  • Lomovskaya, Olga
  • Miller, Jeffrey H
  • Mobashery, Shahriar
  • Piddock, Laura JV
  • Projan, Steven
  • Thomas, Christopher M
  • Tomasz, Alexander
  • Tulkens, Paul M
  • Walsh, Timothy R
  • Watson, James D
  • Witkowski, Jan
  • Witte, Wolfgang
  • Wright, Gerard
  • Yeh, Pamela
  • Zgurskaya, Helen I

publication date

  • December 2011