TORONTO

ANTIMICROBIAL 

RESISTANCE

RESEARCH

NETWORK 

 

OUR AIMS

01

PROMOTE AMR RESEARCH

Promote and support collaborative research across the GTA related to antimicrobial resistance and antimicrobial use.

02

FOSTER COLLABORATION

Act as a focal point for intersection of diverse research interests and expertise in antimicrobial use and antimicrobial resistance. Streamline collaboration and study development.

03

RESEARCH AT SCALE

Support participants through a large multidisciplinary group that can be leveraged to help power their research interests.

ABOUT TARRN

OUR VISION

Antibiotic resistance is one of our greatest public health threats. 

Innovation and collaboration is needed to face this challenge. 

We strive to bring together scientists, clinicians, epidemiologists, and other experts to tackle antibiotic resistance.  

OUR TEAM

Kevin Brown - Bryan Coburn - Alex Cressman - Nick Daneman - Marion Elligson - Michael Farkouh - David Fisman - Rob Fowler - Gary Garber - Wayne Gold - Chris Graham - Susy Hota - Jennie Johnstone - Chris Kandel - Kevin Katz - Rupert Kaul - Robert Kozak - Bradley Langford - Jerome Leis - Beth Leung - Valerie Leung - Jennifer Lo - Derek MacFadden - Larissa Matukas - Allison McGeer - Warren McIsaac - Roberto Melano - Andrew Morris - Matthew Muller - Sandra Nelson - Caroline Nott - Lesley Palmay - Samir Patel - Shaquil Peermohamed - Monique Pitre - Sue Poutanen - Fahad Razak - Dan Ricciuto - Kevin Schwartz - Miranda So - Linda Taggart - Amol Verma - Michael Wan - Pete Wu

 

OUR

PROJECTS

SPAAM

Standardize penicillin allergy assessment and management (SPAAM) by Antimicrobial Stewardship Programs:  A Stepped-Wedge Cluster Randomized Study

EFFECT-CPE

Effectiveness of Fecal Flora alteration for Eradication of Carbapenemase-producing Enterobacteriaceae Colonization Trial (EFFECT-CPE): a multisite, open-label, randomized controlled feasibility pilot trial

NIMBLE

Nudging in Microbiology Laboratory Evaluation: A Prospective Study of the Impact of Nudging in Microbiology Reporting to Improve Antibiotic Prescribing

 
 

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