JPIAMR 13th Call Partner Search Tool

This is a match-making section for JPIAMR 13th call - One Health interventions to prevent or reduce the development and transmission of antimicrobial resistance (AMR).

To PUBLISH your offer of collaboration, complete the Expression of Interest form below. If you are an individual researcher or a representative of a lab or research team, searching for a project to join, select: Partner looking for project. If you want to build a consortium around an existing project, select Project looking for partner.

To FIND partners for your project ideas, search the database using keywords or action buttons below.

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Latest partners

  1. Russian-Armenian University from AM read more »
    Submitted: March 7th, 21:07
  2. Centre for Antibiotic Resistance Research from SE read more »
    Submitted: March 7th, 21:07
  3. Osaka City University, Graduate School of Medicine from JP read more »
    Submitted: March 4th, 09:12

Latest projects

  1. Just One Giant Lab from FR read more »
    project title: Submitted: March 4th, 09:11
  2. Manchester Metropolitan University from UK read more »
    project title: Regulation and management of AMR in industrial effluents using wetlands
    Submitted: March 1st, 13:36
  3. KEMRI from KE read more »
    project title: Antimicrobial stewardship programs delivered in human and livestock settings as a key to reduction of AMR
    Submitted: February 26th, 12:27
  4. National University of Science and Technology from ZW read more »
    project title: Prevention COVID-19 resistance using lockdown and indigenous remedies in Zimbabwe
    Submitted: February 23rd, 14:59
  5. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona from ES read more »
    project title: Developing a rapid method to identifiy bacterial genes
    Submitted: February 17th, 14:48
European Union

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 963864.


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