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Title May 23, 2018 JPIAMR Newsletter
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JPIAMR Newsletter 
May 23, 2018 

VRI Network Call is now open! 

The intent of the JPIAMR-VRI Network Call is to help develop a platform that will identify research community needs in AMR and develop ideas to form the foundation of the JPIAMR-VRI. The funded Networks are expected to generate catalytic ideas and strategic plans to help JPIAMR bring the JPIAMR-VRI to life!

Up to 21 Networks will be funded with up to 50,000 € each to connect experts from research performing organisations, institutes, centres and infrastructures and establish expertise clusters in the AMR community. 

Report and interviews from the JPIAMR funded networks workshop 

The full report and filmed interviews with some network coordinators from the workshop Maximising Existing and Future Research Efforts and Resource Alignment to Combat AMR, are now published.

Researchers gathered for a workshop in Frankfurt am Main to share some of their activities and findings from research that was supported by funding within the fourth JPIAMR call for networks. 

Katherine Payne new member of the Scientific Advisory Board 
We are pleased to announce that Katherine Payne, Professor of Health Economics, The University of Manchester, has been elected as new member to the JPIAMR Scientific Advisory Board. 

AMR Environment research priorities workshop publication 

Researchers who participated in the JPIAMR workshop on environment in September 2017 have now published a journal article of findings from the workshop. The article, Critical knowledge gaps and research needs related to the environmental dimensions of antibiotic resistance, was published in Environment International. 

Open Call: Surveillance networks 

The overarching goal of JPIAMR research on Surveillance is to standardise, improve and extend surveillance systems on antibiotic use and on AMR in humans, animals, food, and the larger environment. In the recently opened network call, JPIAMR will support leading scientists and experts in the field of AMR surveillance to establish networks to enhance resource alignment and maximise existing and future efforts to combat AMR.

In this network call up to 21 networks will be funded with up to € 50 000 each to maximise existing and future efforts to combat AMR by pushing forward new ideas in AMR surveillance. 

The Joint Programming Initiative on Antimicrobial Resistance, JPIAMR, coordinates national programmes, funding and supports collaborative action for filling knowledge gaps on AMR with a one health approach. Today, more than half of G20 nations are members of JPIAMR. More than 300 research groups have received funding from JPIAMR. Since its launch in 2011 JPIAMR has coordinated total budget of 65 million Euros. 

Joint Programming Initiative on Antimicrobial Resistance 


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