Modelling Approaches to Guide Intelligent surveillance for the sustainable Introduction of novel ANtibiotics
Using advanced data science and machine learning techniques to support the sustainable introduction of novel class and last-resort antimicrobial drugs, that is the mission of JPIAMR-project MAGIcIAN.
The MAGIcIAN consortium brings together five academic and public health institutes from Italy, Latvia, Spain, the Netherlands, Germany from the fields of AMR, mathematics, and bioinformatics. MAGIcIAN stands for Modelling Approaches to Guide Intelligent surveillance for the sustainable Introduction of novel ANtibiotics. The MAGIcIAN consortium has received funding for three years and a no-cost extension for an additional year from the Joint Programming Initiative on Antimicrobial resistance (JPIAMR) to undertake this work.
Publication: An agent-based multi-level model to study the spread of gonorrhea in different and interacting risk groups
We recently published a paper on Frontiers in Applied Mathematics and Physics. Mathematical modeling is crucial for understanding how infectious diseases spread. This study introduces
Publication: An agent-based multi-level model to study the spread of antimicrobial-resistant gonorrhoea
We have recently published a paper on IEEE Xplore about antimicrobial-resistant gonorrhoea. We created a model to understand how gonorrhea, a sexually transmitted disease caused
We are excited to announce the publication of a paper in Scientific Reports, titled “In silico designing of vaccine candidate against Clostridium difficile” by Srijita