International Business Festival 2018

LIVERPOOL 12-28 JUNE

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How to keep drugs working in our connected world

26 June 2018
Futures Stage

Our well-connected, easy-to-navigate planet only heightens the growing danger of Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR), which could lead to the death of up to 10 million people a year, worldwide.

But don't panic. Global health providers, researchers and business are working together to stay one step ahead of ever-lurking, latent epidemics, in new, ingenious ways.

Here, Lord Jim O'Neill from the review on AMR will lead an informative discussion on how academics and businesses are working together to fight infectious disease and boost antimicrobial resistance.

 

Speakers
Emmanuel Nsutebu, Consultant Infectious Diseases Physician - Royal Liverpool Hospital
Janet Hemingway, Director - Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
Lord Jim O'Neill of Gatley, Former chairman and economist - Goldman Sachs
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