ODI are leading a pharma sector initiative which aims to get global pharma and public antibiotic surveillance data openly published.
Wellcome Trust are funding and jointly leading this project.
The initial objective is to review all human antibiotic surveillance data and platforms in order to gain a comprehensive view of the current state of data availability.
Aim of work: To contact all the major pharma organisations, documenting all sources of human antibiotic surveillance data and building a register and metadata of these data sources. Lists of contacts and organisations will be provided. An ODI data scientist would help build the metadata set to be collected.
Location: ODI (Clifton St, near Liverpool St, London) but would be able to remote work after initial induction and discussions.
Timing: Funding for 30 days of consultancy work in September and October 2017 (initial full time week and then minimum 2, ideally 3 days per week for 8 weeks.
Who this would suit: infection middle grade (ST3-7) clinician, PhD student in AMR or microbiology, middle grade AMR epidemiologist or laboratory scientist.
Who to contact:
Please send 1 page CV outlining current role and qualifications if available in September and October 2017 ASAP and by 24th August 2017 to:
Dr Susan Hopkins
Clinical Director of Infection, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust
Lead Healthcare Epidemiologist, AMR Programme, Public Health England