“The Pronkjewail Project is nearing its completion. During these four years, Pronkjewail Project candidates have contributed to a better understanding of how microorganisms, especially resistant bacteria and viruses, can be diagnosed and treated, especially in vulnerable populations, such as hospitalised patients and migrants. They have performed multiple types of research, from basic science to clinical trials, have participated in numerous training events, have performed joint projects within the project, but also within the international research community, and have disseminated their activities via conferences, press releases and other educational events”.
Photo: FISH (Fluorescent in situ hybridization) picture food particle colonised by Eubacterium (red colour) and R. intestinalis (green) and Dapi staining of the same particle (blue). | © Photo by Mehdi Sadaghian Sadabad