JPIAMR has coordinated 10 transnational joint calls till date supporting 61 projects and 38 networks with over 1170 researchers by investing 80 million Euros within the six priority areas of the shared JPIAMR Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) – therapeutics, diagnostics, surveillance, transmission, environment and interventions with a One Health approach.
Explore the JPIAMR project database that presents interactive data on projects and networks supported under the various calls coordinated by the JPIAMR.
Click on the titles below for more information on the research activities and outcomes of the projects and the networks supported under the JPIAMR framework.
Filter among 118 projects
Knowledge transfer strategies, networking and public engagement for a successful mitigation of risks induced by aquatic pollutants (AquaticPollutantsTransNet)
This transfer project is part of the AquaticPollutants projects’ family and accompany its research and innovation projects. It will support the funded projects in scientific communication and in the uptake of research results with the aim to increase their impact.
Marine Plasmids Driving the Spread of Antibiotic Resistances (MAPMAR)
Antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) are one of the most challenging contaminants of emerging concern (CECs). Instead of being directly produced by human activity, ARGs emerge as consequence of antibiotic use in clinical settings, and residual antibiotic contamination.
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.
CECs and AMR bacteria pre-concentration by ultra-nano filtration and Abatement by ThermoCatalytic Nano-powders implementing circular economy solution. (NanoTheC-Aba)
This project will deliver an energy efficient new integrated prototype system for water purification, composed of three different components.
Potential of decentralized wastewater treatment for preventing the spread of antibiotic resistance, organic micropollutants, pathogens and viruses (PRESAGE)
New approaches are needed to reduce the emission of contaminants of emerging concern (CECs). Some sources contribute strongly to suchemissions, which has driven the focus of PRESAGE on innovative decentralized wastewater treatment (WWT), based on anaerobic andaerobic compact systems.
Development a smart forewarning system to assess the occurrence, fate and behaviour of contaminants of emerging concern and pathogens, in waters (FOREWARN)
This project will assess the occurrence, fate and behaviour of contaminants of emerging concern (CECs) and pathogens, and develop machine-learning methods to model their transfer and behaviour and build a decision support system (DSS) for predicting risks and propose mitigation strategies.
Sustainable Electrochemical Reduction of contaminants of emerging concern and Pathogens in WWTP effluent for Irrigation of Crops (SERPIC)
This project will develop an integral technology, based on a multi-barrier approach, to treat the effluents of wastewater treatment plants(WWTPs) to maximise the reduction of contaminants of emerging concern (CECs).
Probing Antibiotic Residues and Resistance Transfer in Aquatic Environments (PARRTAE)
The project aims to study bacteria, antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) and antibiotic residues in groundwater, surface water, wastewater, marine water environments in the North Sea and the Atlantic including ports, and aquaculture facilities.
Antibiotic REsistaNce and Pathogenic Signature in Marine and Freshwater Aquaculture Systems (ARENA)
The project aims to improve the quality assessment of aquaculture practices and products by exploring the fate of antibiotic and microbial contaminants across the water cycle.
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.