Dr. Hamilton presents antibiotic resistance work and co-hosts risk workshop @EDAR Hong Kong

Dr. Hamilton presented her poster, “Microfluidic quantification of pathogens, antimicrobial resistance genes, and fecal indicator bacteria in green stormwater infrastructure: Steps toward a quantitative health risk assessment” at the 5th International Symposium on the Environmental Dimension of Antibiotic Resistance (EDAR) meeting in Hong Kong June 9-14th, 2019. With Dr. Amy Pruden (Virginia Tech), Dr. Emily Garner (soon to be W. Virginia U.) and the help of other Virginia Tech students, Dr. Pruden also hosted a risk workshop to discuss risk frameworks for addressing the issue of antibiotic resistance in the environment for WRF Project 4813 (PI: Hamilton). We are looking forward to tackling this issue as we proceed on our project!