PIG-PARADIGM is an international, cross-institutional and interdisciplinary AMR (antimicrobial resistance) research project.
The project comprises an international scientific collaboration among researchers from Aarhus University (AU), University of Copenhagen (KU), University of California, Davis (UCD), Wageningen University & Research (WUR), and Aalborg University (AAU). By bringing together experts and technologies from multiple institutions and countries, PIG-PARADIGM is ready to advance research in this important field.
PIG-PARADIGM is governed by the PIG-PARADIGM Steering Committee, with Professor Charlotte Lauridsen (AU) serving as the Principal Investigator (PI) and chair of the Steering Committee. The other members of the Steering Committee serve as co-Principal Investigators (co-PIs) and Chairs of the Leadership Committee for each research pillar: Merete Fredholm (KU) for Host Pillar, Hauke Smidt (WUR) for Microbiome Pillar, Maria Marco (UCD) for Nutrition Pillar and Manimozhiyan Arumugam (KU) for Data Integration Pillar.
The Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) and Industrial Advisory Board (IAB) provide insights and feedback from both scientific and industry perspectives to support the direction and decision-making throughout the project.