With the current focus of the JPIAMR Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda, this call will specifically focus on tackling the rising threat of antibiotic resistance. Addressing the rising threat of antibiotic resistance requires a One Health approach since resistant bacteria, genetic elements and antibiotics are found in humans, animals and the environment.
This call advocates for a One Health approach. Proposals should focus on at least two One Health settings (human, animal, environment) and should aim to either:
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For a more elaborate explanation of the requirements, we kindly refer to the call text: www.jpiamr.eu/interventions-and-transmission-call-2021/
Only research organisations according to EC Framework for State aid for research and development and innovation (2014/C 198/01) are eligible for ZonMw funding.
Note: A limited part of the requested national budget can be used for outsourcing. Otherwise, parties other than mentioned above can only participate as a non-funded partner, and need to secure their own funding in order to be involved in a project. As a general rule, a minimum of 60% of the requested national budget needs to be allocated to research organisations.
For a more elaborate explanation of the eligibility requirements we kindly refer to the call text: www.jpiamr.eu/interventions-and-transmission-call-2021/
For Dutch applicants a maximum of € 250.000 per consortium is available (1 Dutch participant in the consortium: max. € 250.000, 2 Dutch participants in the consortium: max. € 250.000 for the both of them together). Maximum project duration is three years.
The primary aim of the ERA-Net JPIAMR-ACTION co-funded call is to 1) understand the impact of interventions on the development and transmission of antibiotic resistance and to 2) design, implement, evaluate, and compare interventions that will have a true impact on reducing the development and transmission of antibiotic resistance in and between the different One Health settings. Projects should be implemented into relevant geographic areas, including into resource-limited settings, with a One Health perspective. Projects are encouraged to include transdisciplinary research teams, in which involvement of the social sciences is also encouraged. Collaborations led by low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) at global and regional level are welcomed.
For Dutch applicants a maximum of € 250.000 per consortium is available (1 Dutch participant in the consortium: max. € 250.000, 2 Dutch participants in the consortium: max. € 250.000 for the both of them together). ZonMw has a total budget available of 1 million Euro. The total estimated call budget is 24.9 million Euro.
You may submit your application through the submission system stated on the call webpage until March 16th, 2021, 12:00 PM CET (pre-proposal deadline): www.jpiamr.eu/interventions-and-transmission-call-2021/
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