JPIAMR organises workshops and webinars bringing together experts from all relevant fields relating to a specific topic. In this section you can read more on upcoming and past events.
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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.
Developing Novel Antimicrobial Therapeutics
JPIAMR, in partnership with Innovate UK KTN, are hosting this innovation workshop to provide information about the challenges in translating academic research to commercial and not-for-profit technology solutions.
Vaccination as a strategy to combat Antimicrobial Resistance
Vaccination programs are known to be effective to both promote the prudent use of antibiotics and to prevent the spread of AMR. This webinar aims to identify opportunities and priorities for vaccine research from an immunological perspective to a wider translational context, in the field of antimicrobial resistance.
Supporting measures to mitigate AMR in One Health settings
These JPIAMR roundtables, hosted by the International Centre for Antimicrobial Resistance Solutions (ICARS) will focus attention on human health, animal health and the environment. Speakers will discuss gaps and opportunities nationally and internationally taking a multi-sectoral perspective.
New Perspectives on Bacterial Drug Resistance
Where are the remaining research gaps in the area of bacterial drug resistance? In this workshop we are asking Early to Mid-Career Researchers to give us their thoughts on this question as they move to future leadership positions to best focus future research to tackle antibiotic resistance.
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.
Supporting research and innovation on One Health AMR Surveillance
This interactive workshop with key stakeholders will focus on the main challenges, opportunities and goals for AMR surveillance research. It also seeks to inspire innovative or alternative approaches in surveillance, to address both the challenges of AMR that we see today, and those of tomorrow.