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The University of Southampton's Professor Michael Moore recently presented findings from the SPCR funded ATAFUTI project at the annual General Practice Research on Infections (GRIN) meeting in Oslo.

 

 

A presentation at the  GRIN annual conference generates a wide international audience as well as comment from international experts and potential for future collaboration."
Michael Moore

The GRIN conference was hosted by The Antibiotic Center of Primary Health Care and The Department of General Practice, University of Oslo.The GRIN group  is an international network of researchers studying respiratory tract and other infections in primary care.

 

 

 

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