Joint Programming Initiative on Antimicrobial Resistance

Projects awarded funding within the 2nd JPIAMR Joint Call: Antimicrobial Resistance through the JPIAMR

The Joint Programming Initiative on AMR launched a second transnational call for research projects on Antimicrobial Resistance in 2015. Nine countries were participating in this call for proposals: Argentina, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland and Sweden.

The goal of this new call for proposals was to sustain defense against antimicrobial resistance by reviving Neglected and Disused Antibiotics (ND-AB), designing combinations of ND-AB and antibiotic and also designing combinations of ND-AB and non-antibiotic in order to reduce occurrence of resistance or overcome established resistance. The objectives of the call was to repurpose ND-AB and/or identify, characterize and understand interaction between ND-AB and other antibiotics or non-antibiotics used already in the medical setting.

Funded projects in this call:

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Joint Call “Transnational call for proposals on antimicrobial resistance” – call information