Supported JPIAMR projects and networks

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.

The JPIAMR six Priority topics are:

Diagnostics

Environment

Interventions

Surveillance

Therapeutics

Transmission

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Green Ultrafiltration Water Cleaning Technologies (GreenWaterTech)

Environment

Interventions

Clean water is a key challenge in the 21th century, identified in the UN sustainable development goals. In close collaboration with industry and stakeholders, this project aims at developing new types of sustainable water treatment techniques that is, cheap, easy tomaintain and can be applied in settings/countries where clean water is a challenge.

Surveillance of Emerging Pathogens and Antibiotic Resistances in Aquatic Ecosystems (SARA)

Environment

Interventions

Surveillance

Appropriate methods for wastewater-based epidemiology (WBE) and a better understanding of the fate of pathogenic viruses and antibioticresistant bacteria from the sources to river basins and estuaries are urgently required.

Reduction and assessment of antimicrobial resistance and emerging pollutants in natural-based water treatment systems (REWA)

Environment

Interventions

Transmission

The main goal of the REWA project is the strategic development and implementation of sustainable and cost-effective technologies for theremoval of contaminants of emerging concern (CECs), metals, pathogens including antimicrobial resistant bacteria and antibiotic resistancegenes (ARGs) from water.

Nature-based Solutions to Reduce Antibiotics, Pathogens and Antimicrobial Resistance in Aquatic Ecosystems (NATURE)

Environment

Interventions

This project will assess nature-based solutions (NBS) as management option for water treatment on the catchmentscale.

Environmental Spread and Persistence of Antibiotic REsistances in aquatic Systems Exposed to oyster Aquaculture (SPARE-SEA)

Environment

Transmission

Aquaculture has been identified as a gateway for antibiotic resistance (AR) spread, but little is known of AR in the oyster aquaculture environment.

Nanoenabled strategies to reduce the presence of contaminants of emerging concern in aquatic environment (AMROCE)

Environment

Interventions

Contaminant of emerging concern (CECs) such as antibiotics, pathogens and antimicrobial resistant (AMR) bacteria in water bodiesassociated to intensive fish and inland animal farming, represent a great threat to the environment and human health.

DisPersal of AntIbiotic Resistance and antibiotics in Water ecosystems and Influence on liveStock and aquatic wildlife (PAIRWISE)

Environment

Transmission

PAIRWISE aims to advance knowledge of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) as a pollution in aquatic environments, wildlife, and livestock.

Antibacterial biocides in the water cycle – an integrated approach to assess and manage risks for antibiotic resistance development (BIOCIDE)

Environment

Transmission

The overall aim of BIOCIDE is to determine how antibacterial biocides contribute to the development and spread of antibiotic resistant bacteria in different aquatic/marine ecosystems, and to inform and enable measures that ultimately protects human health and safe water resources for both humans and wildlife.

AI-powered Forecast for Harmful Algal Blooms (AIHABs)

Environment

AIHABs is a multidisciplinary innovative initiative aimed at developing an integrated evaluation system to forecast the risk derived from thepresence of emerging cyanotoxins in inland and coastal ecosystems.

Network T&CM alternatives for antibiotics worldwide: Global Initiative for Traditional Solutions to Antimicrobial Resistance (GIFTS-AMR)

Environment

Therapeutics

Traditional and Complementary Medicine (T&CM) is often used in both animal and human healthcare and may contribute to reducing inappropriate antibiotic use (e.g. as part of delayed prescription strategies (human healthcare) or as alternative prevention or treatment (e.g. for uncomplicated acute infections in both human and animal healthcare).