Vacancy for Chair of BSAC Resistance Surveillance Programme

BSAC is seeking a new Chair for its Resistance Surveillance Committee, following Professor Alasdair MacGowan’s decision to step down from the role.

All at BSAC would like to thank Alasdair for helping to create and sustain what has become a widely-respected project that provides long-term surveillance of antibiotic resistance in the UK and Ireland.

The Chair is responsible for leading the Standing Committee on Resistance Surveillance, driving the strategic direction of the project and overseeing project outputs, in addition to acting as a key contact with programme sponsors. Time commitment for this role is estimated at six days per annum; the work is supported by the BSAC office.

If you would like to put yourself, or someone else, forward for this role and to lead this flagship project, please email Tracey Guise, BSAC’s Chief Executive (