Ep 32: Anna Dumitriu & bioart. Access to antibiotics in high-income countries.
Happy September to you all! Welcome to another episode of The AMR Studio, this time featuring an interview with artist Anna Dumitriu. Tune in to listen to how Anna became so interested in bacteria and antibiotic resistance that she decided to make it a central part of her artwork. We also talk about the implications of science in art, how art and science can help one-another and what she aims to create with her pieces. In the news, we bring you a recent study looking into the details of access to recently developed antibiotics (or lack of thereof) in 14 high-income countries. We hope you enjoy and have a good time with us!
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- Anna Dumitriu's website.
- "Make Do and Mend" art project.
- "Ex-Voto" art project.
- Patient Access in 14 High-Income Countries to New Antibacterials Approved by the US Food and Drug Administration, European Medicines Agency, Japanese Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices Agency, or Health Canada, 2010–2020. Article covered in the news.
- Estimating Global Patient Needs and Market Potential for Priority Health Technologies Addressing Antimicrobial Resistance. Report by the Global AMR Hub.
- AMR Multi-stakeholder Partnership Platform public discussion survey.
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