JPI-EC-AMR


JPI-EC-AMR is a programme implemented by JPI AMR (Joint Programming Initiative on Antimicrobial Resistance), an initiative which strives to support research on antimicrobial resistance. To date the network has launched 2 calls for proposals and funded 10 collaborative projects. The new programme – JPI-EC-AMR,  organised by 20 organisations from 17 countries, was launched in January 2016.

Call for proposals

Comparison of prevention, control, and intervention strategies for AMR infections through multidisciplinary studies, including One Health approaches (ongoing evaluation)

NCN together with JPI AMR network is pleased to announce a new call on antimicrobial resistance: Comparison of prevention, control, and intervention strategies for AMR infections through multidisciplinary studies, including One Health approaches. Funding is available for international research projects that involve at least three researchers from three different eligible countries.

Countries participating in the call:

Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Latvia, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Spain,  Sweden, Switzerland

Call timetable:

21 March 2017 r. – deadline for pre-proposals

May 2017 – invitation to submit full proposals

4 July 2017 r. – deadline for full proposals

October 2017 r. – call results

One joint proposal document (in English, and following the provided template) shall be prepared by the project participants of a joint transnational proposal, and must be submitted to the Joint Call Secretariat by the coordinator.

Call documentation:

  1. Call Text
  2. Proposal Application Form
  3. Specific Regulations

Partner search tool

Applicants are also invited to use Partner Search Tool, a development facilitating matches between potential partners with similar ideas. It gives the opportunity to express interest either in joining a research proposal or to search for partner(s) for an existing proposal.

Information for Polish applicants:

  1. On the full proposal stage Polish applicants must register their applications in the OSF submission system (UNISONO application). This application includes the following budget table.
  2. Budget of the Polish part of the research project in the OSF system should be given in PLN (1 EUR= 4,3728 PLN).
  3. We strongly encourage all applicants to read information on eligible costs included in the Annex to NCN Council’s Resolution on funding granted within calls for proposals for international research projects (UNISONO, p. 6-13).
  4. If one international project includes partners from two different Polish Host Institutions, these institutions must apply as a consortium. Each Host Institution comprising the consortium has a separate budget, but the limit on the remuneration applies to the consortium as a whole (UNISONO, p. 9-10).
  5. Projects including Polish teams may last 24 or 36 months.

Contact:

dr Jerzy Frączek, tel: +48 12 341 9165

dr Malwina Gębalska, tel: +48 12 341 9017

To unravel the dynamics of transmission and selection of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) at the genetic, bacterial, animal, human, societal, and environmental levels, in order to design and evaluate preventive and intervening measures for controlling resistance (closed)

National Science Centre together with JPI-EC-AMR invites all researchers to submit proposals under JPI-EC-AMR call for proposals on the topic of:

To unravel the dynamics of transmission and selection of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) at the genetic, bacterial, animal, human, societal, and environmental levels, in order to design and evaluate preventive and intervening measures for controlling resistance.

Funding is available for transnational consortia that involve a minimum of three and maximum of six eligible partners, and a maximum of two partners funded by the same organisation in one project.

Countries participating in the call: Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, UK.

Call documents:

Proposals must be submitted via: Proposal Submission Tool and Pre–Proposal Template

The timetable for applications is:

  • Pre-proposals to be submitted 21st March 2016, 17:00 Central European Time
  • Shortlisted applicants to submit Full Proposals 4th July 2016, 17:00 Central European Time

Budget of the Polish part of the research project should be calculated according to NCN eligible costs (p. 5-12). On the full proposal stage Polish applicants will be obliged to complete the budget table.

Please see also NCN Eligibility Requirements: http://www.jpiamr.eu/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Specific-Requirements_JPI-EC-AMR.FINAL_.pdf (p. 5).

For more information please see: http://www.jpiamr.eu/activities/jpiamr-3rd-joint-call-jpi-ec-amr-era-net-cofund-call-on-transmission-dynamics/.

Polish project awarded within the call