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Markets and pharmaceutical regulations against antimicrobial resistance

 
Virtual seminar every first Thursday of the month from 12:30 to 2pm
 

This seminar aims at presenting and discussing recent investigations conducted around medicines. Its objective is both to reflect on the possible crossovers between research on human and veterinary drugs; and to consider the contemporary transformations of pharmaceutical markets and policies, particularly in relation to the emergence of antimicrobial resistance, i.e. the over-consumption of antibiotics. Each session will be devoted to a cross-cutting issue, and will present completed or ongoing research, including investigations carried out in the framework of the ANR AMAGRI project, to which this seminar is affiliated (https://www.amagri.eu/fr).

To participate (registration is mandatory) : https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_4F2vblwLQmeBcV-0O5dmFw

 

Thursday 7 January 2021 (12:30-2 pm) : Crises of confidence and of pharmaceutical innovation

  • Jean-Paul Gaudillière (INSERM)
  • Boris Hauray (INSERM)

Thursday 4 February 2021 (12:30-2 pm) : Uses and prescription of antibiotics

  • Carine Baxerres (IRD)
  • Clémentine Comer (INRAE) and Nicolas Fortané (INRAE)

Thursday 4 March 2021 (12:30-2 pm) : Regulatory agencies and transparency in public health policies

  • H. Bergeron (CNRS), P. Castel (FNSP), H. Coutant (UTC) & E. Nouguez (CNRS)
  • Henri Boullier (CNRS) & Jérôme Greffion (U. Paris Nanterre)

Thursday 1st April 2021 (12:30-2 pm) : The development of alternatives to antibiotics

  • Charlottes Brives (CNRS) and Jessica Pourraz (IFRIS)
  • Florence Hellec (INRAE)

Thursday 6 May 2021 (12:30-2 pm) : Histories of pharmaceutical R&D

  • Maurice Cassier (CNRS)
  • Delphine Berdah (U. Paris-Saclay)

Thursday 3 June 2021 (12:30-2 pm) : Global circulations of medicines

  • Mathieu Quet (IRD)
  • Muriel Figuié (CIRAD) and Alexandre Hobeika (CIRAD)

For any question, please do not hesitate to contact Henri Boullier (henri.boullier@dauphine.psl.eu) and Nicolas Fortané (nicolas.fortane@inrae.fr).