This event is open to all staff, students, alumni and community members.
It is projected that there will be 10 million deaths each year from antibiotic resistance by 2050. Scientists and public health leaders around the world are scrambling to deal with the problem.
Join us as Professor Chris Del Mar and Dr Mark Blaskovich debate whether we should innovate or regulate antibiotic use in society.
Please register to obtain your ticket to this event.
Professor Chris Del Mar, from the Centre for Research in Evidence-Based Practice at Bond University, is an academic general practitioner advocating reduction of antibiotic use for common colds and coughs.
Dr Mark Blaskovich, from the Institute for Molecular Bioscience at the University of Queensland, is a scientist representing the cutting edge of developing new antibiotics.
Register by Thursday, 6 October 2016
Attendance is complimentary but due to limited spaces, registration is essential.
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