Meeting Organizer Toolkit
Good news, you received the positive decision on your application for a Meeting Organizer Grant. Now what to do next? Here are some documents and requirements as well as some tips to get the most out of your Grant.
Advertising your grant
- upload this form to your meeting website: Early Career Scientist Application Form
- use this text on your website to promote the opportunity of this grant: Receiving a FEMS Grant
Claiming your grant
Before the meeting:
After the meeting:
- please send the Meeting Organizer Grant Report Form and Meeting-Organizer-Grant ECS-List including signatures to firstname.lastname@example.org
- please complete the Claim form and send it to email@example.com to claim your grant
- please add our logo to your digital event communications such as your event website and link it to our website
- please add our high resolution logo if you have a printed programme
- if you have advertising space available: please request an advertisement via email
- please show our powerpoint presentation on screen during the event
The investigation of novel approaches for tackling the antimicrobial resistance crisis must be part of any global response to this problem if an untimely reversion to the pre-penicillin era of medicine is to be avoided. One such promising avenue of research involves so-called antibiotic resistance breakers (ARBs), capable of re-sensitising resistant bacteria to antibiotics. This review introduces the area of ARB research, summarises the current state of ARB development with emphasis on the various major classes of ARBs currently being investigated and their modes of action, and offers a perspective on the future direction of the field.