The purpose of this workshop was to promote interdisciplinary learning and collaborations between
UK and India in the area of bacteria and wounds, particularly when bacteria are increasingly antibiotic
resistant. To this end we invited colleagues from India with clinical experience ofmanaging bacterially
infected wounds in patients, particularly when antibiotic resistant (Dr Prashant Garg) and colleagues
from India with expertise in developing new drug delivery systems (Prof Nikhil Singh and Dr Vamsi
Venuganti) and together with UK delegates, spanning those with international experience in
investigating bacterial infections (Prof Simon Foster), investigating how biofilms communicate (Prof
Paul Williams), international expertise in discovering materials for antimicrobial resistance and for
instruction of macrophages (Prof Morgan Alexander), expertise in developing responsive films for
detecting infection in wounds using a visible signal (Prof Toby Jenkins) and other scientists working on
the axis of detecting and treating infection in wounds.
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