The Erling-Persson Family Academy Programme
Tiscar is a postdoctoral researcher in the AMResilience project, led by GEDB Early Career Acadamy Researcher, Dr. Peter Søgaard Jorgensen, at The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences and funded by the Joint Programming Initiative on Antimicrobial Resistance (JPIAMR). The project aims to better understand how interventions against antimicrobial resistance shape resilience and transformability.
The project covers a wide range of fields regarding antimicrobial resistance, as the idea is to have a ‘One Health’ approach. This approach includes Human Health, Animal Health, Environmental perspectives and prevention, control and surveillance of antimicrobial resistance from Public Health policies and regulation perspectives.
Inertial focusing with sub-micron resolution for seperation of bacteria
The all-intracellular order Legionellales is unexpectedlt diverse, globally distributed and lowly abundant
Legionella pneumophila recurrently isolated in a Spanish hospital: Two years of antimicrobial resistance surveillance
High pressure inertial focusing for separating and concentrating bacteria at high throughput