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National genome surveillance for antimicrobial resistance

Prof Iruka Okeke explains how academia collaborated with public health institutions to set up genomic AMR surveillance in Nigeria.

In this video, Prof Iruka Okeke from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria recounts how genomic AMR surveillance was set up in her country.

Think about the challenges they faced and what advantages they used to overcome them. Share your conclusions and ideas in the discussion section below.

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