Joint Programming Initiative on Antimicrobial Resistance

Supported Projects


JPIAMR supports research projects and networks that enable researchers to collaborate across national and scientific borders to tackle the global challenge of antimicrobial resistance. So far JPIAMR has supported the following research projects:

List and description of JPIAMR funded projects:

  • First Call “InnovaResistance”granted projects click here
  • Second Call “Antimicrobial Resistance through the JPIAMR”granted projects click here
  • Third Call “Transmission Dynamics”  granted projects click here
  • Fourth Call “AMR Networks/Working Groups” granted projects click here
  • Fifth Call “Comparison of prevention, Control and intervention strategies for AMR infections through multidisciplinary studies including One Health approaches” click here
  • Sixth Call “New targets, compounds and tools – innovations against antibiotic resistance”, click here
  • Seventh Call “2018 Network Call on Surveillance”, click here
  • Eighth Call “JPIAMR-VRI Network Call 2018: Building the Foundation of the JPIAMR Virtual Research Institute”, click here

Summary table of JPIAMR supported projects

YearTopic Participating countriesReceived ProposalsSupported projectsTotal Budget of supported projects

927 supported Projects/41 partners8.1
2015Repurposing Neglected Antibiotics9163 Projects/17 partners4.5
2016Transnational Working Groups Call102013 working Groups/160 partners
42 projects/WGs
2016Transmission and Selection of Resistance in Humans, Animals, and the Environment (ERAnet Cofund)18+ European Commission8319 Projects/96 partners28.2
2017Comparison of prevention, control and intervention strategies for AMR infections through multidisciplinary studies, including One Health approaches155110 Projects/47 partners11.5
2018Therapeutics: New targets,
compounds and tools
1610410 Projects.14.4