CeBIL Director Timo Minssen appointed as Chair of International AMR Social Science Network
Professor Timo Minssen has been appointed the Chair of the INAMRSS Network, The International Network for AMR Social Science (INAMRSS) is an open consortium of international academic centers focused on social science research and policy on antimicrobial resistance (AMR). It was initially created to coordinate academic input from social scientists for the Global AMR R&D Hub. INAMRSS functions as a network of networks, fostering international research collaboration by tying together research leaders from diverse regional, national, and international AMR research centers. The members of INAMRSS have substantial impact on global AMR research and policymaking, with many of the center leaders serving as advisors to their national governments and international organizations. Each member has a compelling story of research work underway to address AMR, which can inform the global response to AMR.
INAMRSS is led by Professor Timo Minssen (Chair), Professor Clare Chandler (Vice-Chair), Professor Steven J. Hoffman (Vice-Chair) and Professor Kevin Outterson (Vice-Chair).
For further information, see: https://www.globalstrategylab.org/about-us/inamrss