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
PUBLISHED ON 17 December 2019
UPDATED ON 17 December 2019
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