Hacking AMR 2019 – find digital solutions to fight antimicrobial resistance
Hacking AMR 2019 is an international three-day event to which programmers, students, developers, scientists, designers, patients and entrepreneurs are invited, to produce innovations and solutions related to antimicrobial resistance.
13 - 15 December 2019
Nordic Forum, Torshamnsgatan 35, Kista
Swedish Research Council, JPIAMR, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Hacking Health, Uppsala Antibiotic Center, Research Council of Norway
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