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.
projects & networks
Call on drug resistance: Live webinar for applicants
JPIAMR is pleased to invite researchers to a live webinar presenting the call “Disrupting drug resistance using innovative design” and the partner search tool. Representatives from funders participating in the call will be available to answer questions.
Towards a One Health AMR Partnership
Do you wish to learn more about and participate in the design process of the candidate One Health Antimicrobial Resistance Partnership? Save the date to join this conference on the new co-funded joint research programme!
African Perspectives on AMR Surveillance and Wastewater Management
The Covid-19 pandemic has increased the use of wastewater surveillance as an early warning system for outbreaks. However, wastewater surveillance programs can also be used to monitor other pathogens to combat disease outbreaks and antimicrobial resistance (AMR). This workshop focuses on African perspectives and research on this theme.
Microbial Bioinformatics Hackathon
Developers, scientists and clinicians from all over the world will meet during this hackathon to improve upon/build/extend bioinformatics tools and methods for the AMR research community.
Research call on drug resistance now open
The transnational project call Disrupting drug resistance using innovative design is now open. The call aims to improve the treatment and/or prevention of bacterial and fungal infections. It involves 27 funding organisations from 18 countries and the total estimated call budget is about 19 million Euro.
Main achievements of the AMR Transmission Dynamics call
The outputs, outcomes and the impact generated by the projects supported under the 2016 JPIAMR joint co-funded call “AMR Transmission Dynamics have now been published in a report. The report highlights the effect of supporting excellent science through transnational research collaborations.
Chile new member of JPIAMR
We are pleased to welcome Chile as a new member of JPIAMR. Chile’s participation in JPIAMR is part of the country’s determination to become an active contributor to the world’s efforts to tackle the global challenge of AMR.
JPIAMR celebrating 10 years of achievements
It is with great pleasure that we acknowledge that JPIAMR officially celebrates ten years as an international collaborative platform. From its inception in December 2011 until today, JPIAMR has achieved and exceeded its mission to coordinate national funding of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) research, guided by a shared strategic research and innovation agenda.