Centre for new antibacterial strategies (CANS) is a new, interdisciplinary centre at UiT The Arctic University of Norway, for research, education, innovation and outreach related to antimicrobial resistance (AMR). CANS currently involves 15 research groups located at three faculties. Research topics covered include marine bioprospecting – identification and characterization of new antibacterial activities, design and synthesis of new antibiotics and resistance inhibitors, the evolution and molecular epidemiology of AMR, host-microbe-drug interactions as well as antibiotic stewardship. The centre will both strengthen current activities, and support new basic research in novel concepts for sustainable antibacterial activities in AMR-prevention and treatment strategies.
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