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Impact of Specific Antibiotic Therapies on the Prevalence of Human Host Resistant Bacteria

SATURN Project meetings

SATURN Annual meeting, 19-20 May 2014, Warsaw, Poland

The final SATURN annual General Assembly meeting took place on 19-20 May 2014 in Warsaw, Poland.

In addition to the WP progress presentations, two keynote lectures were presented:

  • "Recent data on colonization by intestinal resistant bacteria" by Antoine Andremont
  • "Antibiotic Therapy and Bacterial Spread" by Fernando Baquero.

SATURN Executive Board & General Assembly meeting, 3-4 June 2013, Leuven, Belgium

In 2013, the SATURN annual Executive Board & General Assembly meeting took place on 3-4 June 2013, Leuven, Belgium.

SATURN General Assembly & EC Review, 7-8 June 2012, Barcelona, Spain

In 2012, the SATURN annual General Assembly meeting took place on 7-8 June in Barcelona, Spain.

Antoine Andremont from University of Paris 7 – ESAB member – presented two keynote lectures:

  • "Intestinal colonisation by imipenem-resistant Gram-negative bacilli in ICU patients"
  • "Relative abundance of ESBL Ecoli among fecal enterobacteria and occurrence of UTI in women".

SATURN General Assembly, 21 June 2011, Rome, Italy

In 2011, the SATURN annual General Assembly meeting took place on 21 June in Rome, Italy.

Two external keynote speakers were invited to present their keynote lectures:

  • Jan Kluytmans from University Medical Center Amsterdam on "Antimicrobial Resistance in Gram- negative Bacteria Animals, Plants and Humans"
  • Matthew Samore from University of Utah on "Beware the Ides of Cox!".

SATURN Kick-off meeting, 12-13 February 2010, Veyrier-du-Lac, France

The SATURN kick-off meeting took place on 12 & 13 February 2010 in the "Les Pensières" Conference Center, in Veyrier-du-Lac (close to Annecy) in France.

Two external keynote speakers were invited to present their keynote lectures:

  • Antoine Andremont from University of Paris 7 on "The challenge of bacterial resistance in the intestinal flora"
  • Matthew Samore from University of Utah on "AB and AMR: What do models tell us about data and vice versa".
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