Joint Programming Initiative on Antimicrobial Resistance
 

Projects awarded funding within the 5th JPIAMR Joint Call

We are pleased to announce the results of the JPIAMR 2017 call for transnational research projects “Comparison of prevention, control and intervention strategies for AMR infections through multidisciplinary studies, including One Health approaches”. Within this funding opportunity over EUR 11.5 million have been awarded to 10 projects.

The call was launched in January 2017 by 16 research funding organisations from 15 countries, and attracted 53 research groups applying for nearly EUR 57 million in total. As a result 10 transnational consortia were granted funding for projects lasting a max. of 3 years. The final funding decision will depend on national regulations and inspection of the formal proposals to be submitted to the national funding organisations. Each national funding agency will then take a formal decision on the projects to be supported.

The projects awarded funding within the call are:

AcronymProject titleCoordinatorAffiliationCountries
AB-assistantA digital antimicrobial stewardship smartphone application to combat AMR: the AB-assistantAnnelies VerbonErasmus University Medical Center (EMC, Dpt. of Medical Microbiology and Infectious DiseasesNL, SE, CH, CA
ARMISAntimicrobial Resistance Manure Intervention StrategiesDe Roda Husman Ana MariaNational Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) , Centre Infectious Disease ControlNL, CA, RO, DE,
ASBAligning industry incentives with AMR control goals: Exploring the feasibility of an antibiotic susceptibility bonus for drugs to treat Gram-negative infectionAidan HollisUniversity of Calgary EconomicsCA, CH, SE
ExcludeMRSAPreventing transmission of MRSA from livestock to humans through competitive exclusionJaap WagenaarUtrecht University, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (UU), Infectious Diseases and ImmunologyNL, IE, NL, DE
ImpresUImproving rational prescribing for UTI in frail elderlyCees HertoghVU University Medical Center, Amsterdam Public Health Institute, General Practice & Elderly Care MedicineNL, SE, NO, PL
INARTIntervention of antimicrobial resistance transfer into the food chainFiona WalshMaynooth University BiologyIE, CA, PL, IL, CH, IE
REDUCEAMUPiloting on-site interventions for reducing antimicrobial use in livestock farming in emerging economiesUlf MagnussonSwedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Dpt. of Clinical SciencesSE, CH, NO
OPEN StewardshipAn Online Platform for Expanding Antibiotic StewardshipDavid FismanUniversity of Toronto, Dalla Lana School of Public HealthCA, SE, IL
PILGRIMImpact of Prescription Quality, Infection Control and Antimicrobial Stewardship on Gut Microbiota Domination by Healthcare-Associated PathogensJörg Janne VehreschildUniversity Hospital of Cologne, Dpt. for Internal MedicineDE, SE, LV, IL, NO, CA
ResilienceComparative assessment of social-ecological resilience and transformability to limit AMR in one health systemsPeter Jørgensen SøgaardRoyal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Global Economic Dynamics and the BiosphereSE, CA, CH

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