Supported JPIAMR projects and networks

JPIAMR has coordinated 13 transnational joint calls till date supporting 99 projects and 38 networks with over 1300 researchers by investing 125 million Euros within the six priority areas of the shared JPIAMR Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) 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.

The JPIAMR six Priority topics are:

Diagnostics

Environment

Interventions

Surveillance

Therapeutics

Transmission

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Targeted removal of ARGs and facultative pathogenic bacteria (FPB) in wastewater from AMR hotspots using modular advanced treatment solutions (HOTMATS)

Environment

Interventions

Surveillance

Transmission

The objective of the project HOTMATS is to design and demonstrate effective and compact solutions for the source-treatment of wastewater emitted from AMR hotspots. The goal is to stop the spreading of antimicrobial resistant bacteria (ARB), antibiotic resistance genes (ARG), and other health-critical microorganisms from hotspots to the public sewage network, which currently is one […]

Ionophore coccidiostats: risk of CO-selectioN of antImicrobial resistance – Clinical impact and intervention strategies (ICONIC)

Interventions

Surveillance

Transmission

Today’s intensive broiler production is highly dependent on in-feed ionophore coccidiostats. Because these ionophores are not used in humans, it is widely assumed that their use in poultry is not a risk for human health. Recent evidence, however, suggests that they may cause co-selection of medically important antimicrobial resistance. This means that the use of […]

FARM interventions to Control Antimicrobial ResistancE (FARM-CARE)

Interventions

The aim of FARM-CARE is to control development and spread of antibiotic resistance in pig farming through four complementary interventions that reduce antibiotic use in pigs and prevent transfer of resistant bacteria to people. The four interventions include a farm practice that reduces stress and antibiotic use in pigs (intervention A); a strategy based on […]

Interventions to control the dynamics of antimicrobial resistance from chickens through the environment (ENVIRE)

Environment

Interventions

Transmission

The overall objective of the project ENVIRE is to contribute to the reduction of antimicrobial resistance in broiler chickens and of the spread from chicken farms to the environment, and ultimately to humans. We will carry out intervention studies, either as an experiment or in chicken farms. We will test, which interventions are most effective […]

Designing One Health Governance for Antimicrobial Stewardship Interventions (DESIGN)

Environment

Interventions

Surveillance

Transmission

AMR is a problem of the global commons, whose resolution depends on coordination of collective global strategy. Addressing the challenges posed by AMR through a One Health approach relies on inter-sectoral policy coordination – across public health, agricultural, and environmental sectors – internationally, making stewardship complex, necessitating new approaches to policy development. Our research seeks […]

COMplex Biofilms and AMR Transmission (COMBAT)

Environment

Interventions

Surveillance

Transmission

Antimicrobial resistant microorganisms are difficult to treat and lead to increased death and treatment costs. Antibiotic resistance is recognised as a critical threat in both human and animal medicine. Addressing this threat can be challenging when bacteria exist in complicated communities called biofilms. Biofilms form naturally and allow bacteria to survive and persist in diverse […]

Optimising community antibiotic use and environmental infection control with behavioural interventions in rural Burkina Faso and DR Congo (CABU-EICO)

Environment

Interventions

Surveillance

Transmission

Incorrect use of antibiotics is a major cause of antibiotic resistance. In rural Africa, people often receive antibiotics without prescription from local pharmacy shops, increasing the risk of resistance. Substandard sanitation and hygiene practices result in frequent exchange of bacteria between humans’ guts, and their environment. How important these different sources are for the acquisition […]

Combating Antibiotic Resistance in Philippine Lakes: One Health upstream interventions to reduce the burden (ARPHILAKE)

Diagnostics

Environment

Interventions

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) may lead to more deaths than cancer by 2050. Action is required now to avert this disaster. This study aims to implement key interventions in Greater Manila, The Philippines to reduce AMR. Interventions will focus on hospitals, small farms, and the Laguna Lake, one of the largest freshwater lakes in Asia. Better […]

Impact of reducing colistin use on colistin resistance in humans and poultry in Indonesia (COINCIDE)

Interventions

Surveillance

Transmission

Antimicrobials are drugs that help cure people and animals from infections with bacteria. The slogan: ‘the more you use, the faster you lose’ is definitely applicable for antimicrobials. When you use antimicrobials, more bacteria become resistant, meaning that an infection can no longer be treated. This is a worldwide challenge for the treatment of diseases […]

Knowledge transfer strategies, networking and public engagement for a successful mitigation of risks induced by aquatic pollutants (AquaticPollutantsTransNet)

Environment

Interventions

Transmission

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.