Joint Programming Initiative on Antimicrobial Resistance

Projects awarded funding within the 9th JPIAMR Joint Call

Twelve projects have been awarded funding within the JPIAMR 9th transnational call: “Call on Diagnostics and Surveillance 2019”. The total funding amount is 12,1 M€.

The call was launched in December 2018 and supported by 20 research-funding organisations from JPIAMR member countries. The primary aim of the call is to support innovative research projects on new or improved diagnostic and surveillance strategies, tools, technologies and methods. The call also aims to support research projects that have the potential for impact in areas where the risk and burden of AMR is greatest, such as in LMIC settings in Asia and Africa.

34 applications were received, involving 172 partners. The evaluation process included international experts that performed remote evaluation and constituted the peer review panel. In total twelve transnational projects were granted funding from 16 funders involved.

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

DLR Project Management Agency, Germany
Email: JPIAMRCall2019@dlr.de

The projects awarded funding within the call are:

AcronymProject titleCoordinatorFunding countriesPartner countries
AntiRYBYeast-based biosensors for the specific and accessible detection of pathogens and antimicrobial resistance Geir Klinkenberg, SINTEF Industry, NorwayNorway, Poland, SwedenNorway, Poland, Sweden
EMBARKEstablishing a Monitoring Baseline for Antibiotic Resistance in Key environmentsJohan Bengtsson-Palme, University of Gothenburg, SwedenCanada, France, Germany, SwedenChina, France, Germany, Pakistan, Sweden
IDAREMSConcomitant IDentification and Antibiotic REsistance profile of bacteria in one hour with an adaptive targeted single Mass Spectrometry analysisJérôme Lemoine, Institut des Sciences Analytiques, FranceCanada, France, PolandCanada, France, Poland, Thailand
IDxAn exploration of regulatory, corporate, relational, and technical barriers to uptake of diagnostics in the fight against AMROlof Lindahl, Uppsala University, SwedenCanada, France, South Africa, SwedenCanada, France, South Africa, Sweden
K-STaRA K-mer Based Approach for Institutional AMR Surveillance, Transmission Monitoring, and Rapid DiagnosticsDerek MacFadden, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, CanadaCanada, Germany, SwedenCanada, The Gambia, Germany
MAD-tech-AMRManagement of animal diseases and antimicrobial use by information and communication technology to control AMR in East AfricaSusanna Sternberg Lewerin, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, SwedenSwedenKenya, Sweden, Uganda
MAGIcIANModelling Approaches to Guide Intelligent surveillance for the sustainable Introduction of novel AntibioticsFilippo Castiglione, National Research Council of Italy (CNR), ItalyItaly, Latvia, The Netherlands, SpainItaly, Latvia, The Netherlands, Spain
MAGITICSMAchine learning for diGItal diagnosTICS of antimicrobial resistanceJacques Corbeil, Université Laval, FranceCanada, Finland, FranceCanada, China, Finland, France
OASISOne Health AMR Surveillance through Innovative SamplingFrank van Leth, Amsterdam Institute for Global Health and Development; Amsterdam University Medicine Centers, The NetherlandsFrance, Germany, The Netherlands, SwedenBurkina Faso, France, Germany, The Netherlands, Togo
SAMPANA Smart Surveillance Strategy for Carbapenem-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosaJuliëtte Severin, Erasmus MC University Medical Center Rotterdam, The NetherlandsCanada, Italy, The NetherlandsCanada, Indonesia, Italy, The Netherlands
TARGETPrevention of antibiotic resistance by TARGEted Treatment of pneumonia in childrenMarien De Jonge, Radboud University Medical Center, The NetherlandsCzech Republic, The Netherlands, SwedenCzech Republic, The Netherlands, Tanzania
TRIuMPHImproving the TRIcycle protocol: upscaling to national Monitoring, detection of CPE and WGS pipelines for One Health SurveillanceHeike Schmitt, National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), The NetherlandsCanada, France, The Netherlands, SwedenFrance, Madagascar, Malaysia, The Netherlands, Pakistan