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inCreasing cOmmunicatioN, awareNEss and data sharing in a global approaCh against resisTance (CONNECT)
The CONNECT network is based on the need for defining and implementing an integrated research strategy to facilitate the necessary studies and investigations for an innovative response to AMR. The CONNECT network output will contribute to the development of the JPIAMR-VRI by aligning stakeholders to share values on AMR with a One Health approach.
DESIGN OH AMR
DESIGN One Health AntiMicrobial Resistance (DESIGN OH AMR) is a Coordination and Support Action with the aim to prepare the European Partnership on One Health AMR (EUP OH AMR), which is expected to start in 2025. DESIGN OH AMR will lead the preparatory work by linking key actors of the siloed AMR research and innovation […]
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.
Network call on Diagnostics and Surveillance: Live webinar for applicants
JPIAMR is pleased to invite researchers to a live webinar presenting the call “Diagnostics and Surveillance Networks” and the partner search tool. Representatives from funders participating in the call will be available to answer questions.
Diagnostics and Surveillance Networks
JPIAMR is launching a transnational network call under the umbrella of the JPIAMR and within the framework of the ERA-NET JPIAMR-ACTION. The call Diagnostics and Surveillance Networks involves funding organisations from 11 countries to date. Networks can be funded with a maximum of 50,000 Euro each. This call is closed The aim of this call […]
Consequences of antimicrobials and antiparasitics administration in fish farming for aquatic ecosystems (CONTACT)
Aquaculture is an important source for food, nutrition, income and livelihoods for millions of people around the globe. Intensive fish farming is often associated with pathogen outbreaks and therefore high amounts of veterinary drugs are used worldwide.
Presence, behavior and risk assessment of pharmaceuticals in marine ecosystems (PHARMASEA)
PHARMASEA integrates international expertise to answer key research questions on fate and biological effects of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs), well recognized contaminants of emerging concern (CECs) for marine ecosystems.