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Dr Micallef has a B.Pharm. (Hons) (Malta), MPhil in clinical bacteriology (Malta) and a PhD in clinical bacteriology (London). She is an experienced hospital pharmacist specialising in infection management and works in Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge University Hospitals, Cambridge, UK, as a principal pharmacist in infection management (from Jan 2013)  and as an independent consultant. Dr Micallef has occupied several positions in Malta (EU) and in England,  which include academic, national and hospital roles.

Her research work focuses primarily on antimicrobial stewardship initiatives and is open to collaboration.



-Educational grant from Pfizer for an Antifungal Stewardship project (January 2021)      

-Commonwealth Partnership for Antimicrobial Stewardship/Fleming Fund grant (January 2019)

-NIHR RCF funding for Antibiotics in Care Homes Project (October 2013)

-Novartis® educational grant for a study entitled: An Investigation of the MICs of glycopeptides, daptomycin, tigecycline and linezolid in staphylococcal isolates from hospitalized patients at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Kings Lynn NHS Foundation Trust (June 2010)

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