UCL and its partners have a unique combination of resources that can be mobilised to support research into antimicrobial resistance.
An academic health science partnership with more than 40 higher education and NHS members, providing access to a population of more than six million people. Supports collaboration between UCL and other academic centres such as the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and Queen Mary University of London, and partnerships between clinicians and academic researchers.
A platform for innovative patient-oriented research across UCLH and UCL. Strategically committed to work on antimicrobial resistance.
World-leading expertise in the design and implementation of clinical trials, nationally and internationally. Includes the MRC Clinical Trials Unit.
Supporting cross-disciplinary research across the health sciences, human sciences and data sciences.
A UK centre of expertise in health informatics research. UCL is a founder partner and leads the infection workstream.
A European biomedical research powerhouse. UCL is a founder partner.
National and international collaborations
Strong connections to partners across the UK, particularly the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, and internationally.
An institutional infrastructure supporting commercial translation and partnerships with industry. Encompasses UCL Advances, a centre promoting entrepreneurship and business interactions; UCL Business, advising and financially supporting new business development; and UCL Consultants, providing a mechanism to access UCL's intellectual resources.
A range of facilities providing expert support for early-stage drug discovery and development.
A partnership between UCLH, the Royal Free London and the Doctors Laboratory, providing high-quality pathology services, including antibiotic resistance testing. Provides a platform for researching, piloting and implementing new diagnostic technologies.
Inhouse support for translational research and interactions with industry. Includes funding programmes for early-stage translational research.
A collaboration between UCL and the University of Oxford examining key issues in medical innovation.
An expert centre in public engagement offering training opportunities and funding for public outreach activities.