AMR and the role of the Pharma Industry

21st October 2019

University of Surrey
Alexander Fleming Road, Guildford

ISPE and Scitech are hosting a  technical forum. Come and speak to us at the University of Surrey and be part of the knowledge sharing network. This forum will focus on the issue of Anti-Microbial Resistance and how the Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology industries can meet strengthening regulations to tackle this global issue by revisiting their operation, supply chain and facility operation at their local facility.


13:00 - 13.30 Registration and Lunch

Introduction to AMR in the Environment: Relevance to Manufacturers

Dr. Andrew Singer
Senior Scientist, Centre of Hydrology and
Ecology/ Natural Environment
Research Council, UK

The development of appropriate in vitro models to monitor the AMR development throughout the food chain

Dr. Eirini Velliou
Senior Lecturer, Head of the
Bioprocess and Biochemical
Engineering, University of
Surrey, UK

14:45 - 15:15 Tea and Coffee Break

Guiding pharmaceutical companies to strengthen their actions to curb AMR: The Antimicrobial Resistance Benchmark

Dr. Gabrielle Breugelmans
Access to Medicine Foundation

Targeted Removal of Antibiotics and other Pharmaceutical Residues with  Arvia’s Nyex™ Treatment Process to Support the Prevention of AMR

Joseph Weston
Arvia Technology,

16:30 - 17:30 Networking: Tea and Coffee to Grab and Go

This event is £10 to attend for ISPE members and £15 for non-ISPE members. 


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