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MORU is participating in a project to reduce antibiotic resistance on farms in Asia by educating farmers. In his first 12 years working as a vet in Bangladesh, Bikash Chandra Saha routinely prescribed antibiotics. Then he learned of the devastating impact of antimicrobial resistance on human health - and it revolutionized his treatment choices.

MORU Microbiology team, led by Professor Direk Limmathurotsakul

Shown with some of his MORU Microbiology Team, Dr Direk Limmathurotsakul, 2nd right, is currently using a MORU Public Engagement grant to develop an AMR Dictionary in English and five SE Asia languages.

The full story is available on The Daily Mail website