Clare Chandler

Programme member: A Just Transitions framework for equitable and sustainable mitigation of antimicrobial resistance
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London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine




Medical anthropology

Professor Chandler’s work in the Just Transitions programme is concerned with the ways in which the antimicrobial resistance (AMR) burden is experienced and managed, and the ways that this burden is shouldered unevenly between different groups and geographies. She is interested in the possibilities for AMR action that can reduce this burden for the most vulnerable, and in making visible the trade-offs of the benefits and burdens of AMR interventions.

Specific projects:

  • A Just Transitions convening themed around the consequences of AMR interventions for different groups
  • Working with Postdoctoral Fellow Susan Nayiga on an ethnographic study of AMR lived experiences in Kampala, Uganda

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