Aims of the Centre:
Interdisciplinary, cross-scale mechanistic enzymology of bacterial cell wall research in silico, in vitro, and in vivo, with a focus upon translation to help tackle antimicrobial resistance (AMR).
Retain expertise within Warwick as a centre from which to train the next generation of researchers, nationally and internationally.
Develop closer links with industry and joint research with other centres of excellence in antimicrobial research, and AMR science policy, to advance translational research.
Establish the Centre as internationally recognized for AMR focused mechanistic enzymology based on the excellence of its research, training, and impact.
- Collaborative research
- Working with industry
- Global research
Launch of the CentreOn Thursday 20 October 2022, a launch event was held for the Sir Howard Dalton Centre for Translational Mechanistic Enzymology at the University of Warwick. The event was attended by Dr David Stirling, his former classmates, Sir Howard’s family and former colleagues and members of the antimicrobial resistance research community. Press release
The University of Warwick will be pleased to discuss a range of recognition opportunities to celebrate donations to build upon antimicrobial research at Warwick, and to train the next generation of researchers. If you would like to find out more information or discuss these opportunities further please visit our contact page.
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New study into Tuberculosis membrane molecules will aid drug delivery
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Sir Howard Dalton Centre, IBRB, Floor 2, Primary Lab West
School of Life Sciences, Gibbet Hill Campus, The University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL