Global Coordination of Antimicrobial
The Joint Programming Initiative on Antimicrobial Resistance, JPIAMR, is a global collaborative organisation and platform, engaging 29 nations to curb antimicrobial resistance (AMR) with a One Health approach.
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Webinar for applicants in the call “AMR Diagnostics and Surveillance 2023”
JPIAMR is pleased to invite researchers to a live webinar presenting the 2023 call on AMR diagnostics and surveillance, “Development of innovative strategies, tools, technologies and methods for diagnostics and surveillance of antimicrobial resistance”, and the partner search tool.
Social sciences in AMR research and innovation
AMR can only be tackled in a multidisciplinary manner, and there is a clear need to integrate the full spectrum of social science and humanities disciplines, including economics, political science, ethics, sociology, anthropology, psychology, and law.
This webinar will provide an overview of the OH AMR partnership and how social sciences and humanities are integrated with the research and innovation objectives. We will also share examples of how social sciences have contributed to projects funded previously by JPIAMR.
Tackling the emerging threat of fungal drug resistance
Invasive fungal infections pose a threat to public health and are an under-recognized component of antimicrobial resistance, an emerging crisis worldwide. This live webinar will discuss the emerging threat of fungal drug resistance and identify opportunities and priorities in fungal resistance research.
Developing Diagnostic tools for Drug Resistant Infections for Human and Animal Health
In this workshop we will explore the main barriers to industry in developing diagnostic tools for drug-resistant infections for human and animal health and how JPIAMR and other stakeholders (industry, academia, funders, and regulatory agencies, among others) can work together to improve the translation of these developments.
Research call on AMR Diagnostics and surveillance now open
The call “Development of innovative strategies, tools, technologies, and methods for diagnostics and surveillance of antimicrobial resistance” is now open.
This call aims to fund research projects developing novel or improving existing strategies, tools, technologies and methods for diagnosis and/or One Health AMR surveillance. It involves 22 funding organisations from 18 countries and has a total estimated call budget of 18,8 M€.
Online Consultation: Research and Innovation Objectives for the OH AMR Partnership
The candidate One Health Antimicrobial Resistance partnership (OH AMR) has been identified by the European Commission as one of the candidate European Partnerships of Horizon Europe. Currently, the Research and Innovation Objectives of OH AMR are under preparation, and we now invite researchers, stakeholders, scientists, policymakers, clinicians, patient groups, AMR-related organisations, and others to provide feedback on the elements included in the Research and Innovations Objectives.
Six new networks the area of diagnostics and surveillance
Six networks have been recommended for funding within the JPIAMR 15th transnational call: Diagnostics and Surveillance Networks. The networks include 228 partners from 40 countries and for the first time, a network focussed on antifungal resistance has been included.
New projects in the area of therapeutics
Thirteen projects involving 72 partners from 15 different countries have been recommended for funding within the JPIAMR 14th transnational call: Disrupting drug Resistance Using Innovative Design. The call was within the framework of the ERA‐NET JPIAMRACTION and the total funding amount is 15,4 M€.