WE BELIEVE IN CHANGE

The National Institute of Antimicrobial Resistance Research and Education (NIAMRRE) is a member organization that drives cross-sector engagement and coordinated action to combat the global threat of Antimicrobial Resistance across humans, animals, and the environment. To achieve our mission, we have identified four distinct focus areas: research, education, collaboration, and advocacy.

  • Advancing AMR research through the cultivation of networks and resources

  • Improving knowledge and stewardship of AMR through training and outreach

  • Convening cross-sector AMR stakeholders for the purpose of action

  • Raising awareness of AMR and advocating for AMR-specific funding

WHAT WE DO

NIAMRRE connects people, resources, and ideas to accelerate and synergize efforts to combat antibiotic resistance.
We create meaningful, action-oriented relationships that enable a shared vision across the animal-human-environment AMR system.

STUDY THE IMPACT OF USAGE AND STEWARDSHIP

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ENHANCE SCIENCE COMMUNICATION OF AMR

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BUILD CROSS-SECTOR RELATIONSHIPS AND NETWORKS

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ADDRESS DISPARITIES IN ONE HEALTH FUNDING

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WHO WE HELP

Our members are groups and organizations that have an interest in collaboratively combating antibiotic resistance and promoting stewardship efforts. This includes a wide variety of audiences such as researchers, educators, health professionals, and industry representatives.

“Antimicrobial resistance touches each of us in our daily lives. NIAMRRE provides a great resource for the entire country as we work to build strong, collaborative research and educational programs to mitigate this risk.”

Dr. Paul Plummer • Executive Director