Arshnee Moodley

Arshnee Moodley

Team leader, Antimicrobial resistance

Arshnee lead's the CGIAR AMR Hub that was launched in 2019, with the aim to support efforts to mitigate the risks of agricultural associated antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in low- and middle- income countries working within a One Health framework. She is a microbiologist with a PhD in antimicrobial resistance and zoonosis from the University of Copenhagen (UCPH), Denmark. She joined ILRI from the Department of Veterinary and Animal Sciences at UCPH, Denmark, where she has been an Associate Professor in AMR, AMR research group leader, head of the PhD graduate programme Molecular Bacteriology and Infection and responsible for the NGS services at the section.

My Projects


Boosting Uganda’s investment in livestock development

My Blog Posts

Poultry house in Soroti district, Uganda


Uganda's poultry sector not spared by COVID-19 pandemic

The straw that might break the camel’s back: exploring the link between COVID-19 and antibiotic resistance in low- and middle-income countries