ARC Training Centre for Environmental and Agricultural Solutions to Antimicrobial Resistance (ARC CEA-StAR) (2023–2028)
The ARC Training Centre for Environmental and Agricultural Solutions to Antimicrobial Resistance aims to
develop industry-led solutions and train a new generation of researchers to combat the impact of antimicrobial
resistance (AMR) on agribusiness and the environment.
AMR is a global health and economic threat that epitomises the need for a `One Health¿ collaborative approach
encompassing the interconnection between people, animals, plants, and their shared environment.
Expected outcomes of this collaborative program include a cohort of researchers trained in industry-relevant
techniques, furnishing solutions to partner-defined AMR challenges, and providing significant benefits by
positioning Australia as a global leader in reducing AMR.