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The Global Research on Antimicrobial Resistance (GRAM) Project has a new centre of operations at the University of Oxford, after moving this month from the Big Data Institute to the Centre for Tropical Medicine and Global Health, under the leadership of Dr. Benn Sartorius (PI) and Prof. Christiane Dolecek (co-PI).

Image of drug-resistant klebsiella pneumoniae. © NIAID

Please bookmark the shortcut to our new web address,, and visit us online for news about our work to investigate and quantify antimicrobial resistance and consumption.

Our office is located on the first floor of the New Richards Building, on Oxford’s Old Road Campus.

GRAM is a partnership between the University of Oxford and the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME), with support from the UK Fleming Fund, Wellcome Trust, and Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.