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Do you have the next antimicrobial?

Users of our facility benefit from extensive experience in drug discovery research and microbiological methods.

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State of the art building

Located in the new IBRB building on the Life Sciences campus at the University of Warwick. The AMR Facility has access to state of the art equipment and a wealth of knowledge from expert academics in the drug discovery field.

Antimicrobial resistance is on the rise

Antimicrobial resistance poses a significant threat to global health. There is an extensive need for new antimicrobials to treat both bacterial and fungal infections.

What can we do

Our facility is primed to aid in the discovery of new antimicrobial and antifungal treatments. Our efficient and friendly services provide a comprehensive range of tests spanning from rapid antimicrobial susceptibility assays to mechanistic mode-of-action studies

Who are we for

The Antimicrobial Screening Facility offers microbiological and biochemical assays to both academia and industry. Why not get in touch by sending us an email:

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We can provide

  • A bespoke service to meet your individual research needs
  • Competitive pricing
  • A friendly service with expert knowledge
  • Links with other services at the University of Warwick

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