Ep 24. Lindon Moodie & organic chemistry. Diagnostic usage behavior in India. AMR Voices.
Welcome to our last 2020 episode, listeners! For this occasion, we were thrilled to interview the last of our associate senior lecturers, Dr. Lindon Moodie. His path through the field of organic chemistry has brought him to AMR recently and in this conversation we learn how he is approaching the task of finding new antibiotics. In the news section, we close the year with a recent publication by one of our PhD students, whom worked to identify the behavioural motivations behind the use of diagnostics in a hospital in India. We also bring you the report "AMR Voices" by the Longitude Prize, a publication shining light onto the experiences of patients suffering from AMR during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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- Utilisation of diagnostics in India: a rapid ethnographic study exploring context and behaviour. First article covererd in the news.
- AMR Voices. Report published by the Longitude Prize.
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