The main objective of the SARAH project is to study the determinants of antibiotic resistant bacteria dissemination at the animal-human interface. We develop a methodological research based on mathematical modelling and the analysis of epidemiologic, microbiologic and demographic data to:
- Better understand the role played by the different subpopulations in the temporal spread of the bacteria;
- Quantify the risks of diffusion of resistant bacteria from one population to the other;
- Assess the impact of different control strategies on such diffusion.
Our focus is at the moment on two multi-resistant bacteria in two distinct contexts: methicillin resistant staphylococcus (MRSA) and BLSE producing Enterobacteriaceae, in France and South East Asia.
Laboratoire Mesurs, Cnam
Laboratoire Ecologie et Evolution de la résistance aux antibiotiques, Institut Pasteur
Laboratoire de Ploufragan, Anses
IRD – Vietnam
PhD Funding from the Inception program