Joint Programming Initiative on Antimicrobial Resistance
 

Networks awarded funding within the 7th JPIAMR Joint Call

Ten networks have been awarded funding within the JPIAMR 7th transnational call: “2018 Network Call on Surveillance”. Each funded network will receive €50,000 to enhance resource alignment and efforts in the field of AMR surveillance.

The call was launched in May 2018 and supported by ten research-funding organisations from JPIAMR member countries. In this network call JPIAMR is supporting networks of leading experts that are expected to provide white papers, prospective views, guidelines and/or best practice/roadmap/systematic reviews and frameworks to identify key questions to be addressed or identify potential solutions to overcome barriers for AMR surveillance and the implementation of surveillance research studies.

Sixteen applications were received, involving 364 partners from 63 different countries. The evaluation process included international experts that performed remote evaluation and constituted the peer review panel. In total ten transnational networks were granted funding.

For any questions concerning the call results, please contact the Joint Call Secretariat:

Swedish Research Council
Email: call7.jpiamr@vr.se

Network titleCoordinatorAffiliationFunding countriesNo. of partner countries
Network for Enhancing Tricycle ESBL Surveillance Efficiency (NETESE)Etienne RuppeINSERM, University Paris-Diderot Medical SchoolFrance12
Bridging the gap between humAn and animal suRveillance data, antibiotic poliCy, and stewardsHip (ARCH)Evelina TacconelliTübingen University HospitalGermany17
Surveillance Of mobiLome meDiated aNtibiotic rEsiStance Spread (SOLIDNESS)John W. RossenUniversity of Groningen, University Medical Center GroningenNetherlands14
KlebNet: a One Health network bridging science and surveillance on antimicrobial resistant KlebsiellaSylvain BrisseInstitut PasteurFrance16
National health care infrastructures, health care utilization and patient movements between hospitals: Networks working to improve surveillance (NeWIS)Hajo GrundmannInstitute for Infection Prevention and Hospital Epidemiology, Medical Center – University
of Freiburg
Germany13
Providing a Roadmap for Automated Infection Surveillance in Europe (PRAISE)Maaike van MourikDept. of Medical Microbiology and Infection Control, University Medical Centre UtrechtNetherlands11
Convergence in evaluation frameworks for integrated surveillance of AMR (CoEval-AMR)Barbara HaeslerRoyal Veterinary CollegeUK11
Wildlife, Agricultural soils, Water environments and antimicrobial resistance - what is known, needed and feasible for global Environmental Surveillance (WAWES)Stefan BörjessonNational Veterinary Institute (SVA)Sweden*16
Towards Developing an International Environmental AMR Surveilance StrategyWilliam GazeUniversity of ExeterUK14
Intensive Care Airway and Lung Microbiome Network (ICALM)Ignacio Martin-LoechesTrinity CollegeIreland**14

* Also funding start-up workshop
** Also funding final workshop