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Researchers, politicians and practitioners share inputResearchers, politicians and practitioners share inputhttp://www.nfp72.ch/en/News/Pages/171117-news-nfp72-researchers-politicians-and-practitioners-share-input.aspxWhere does Switzerland stand in the fight against antibiotic resistance? Experts used the symposium “Antibiotic resistance” in Bern as an opportunity to present an overview.11/16/2017 11:00:00 PMResearchers, politicians and practitioners share input
JPIAMR seeks research projects to develop new drugs and therapiesJPIAMR seeks research projects to develop new drugs and therapieshttp://www.nfp72.ch/en/News/Pages/171116-news-nfp72-jpiamr-seeks-research-projects.aspxA sixth JPIAMR call will be launched in January 2018. EUR 600,000 has been budgeted by NRP 72 for Swiss project partners.11/15/2017 11:00:00 PMJPIAMR seeks research projects to develop new drugs and therapies
Another five JPIAMR projects within NRP 72Another five JPIAMR projects within NRP 72http://www.nfp72.ch/en/News/Pages/171116-news-nfp72-another-five-jpiamr-projects.aspxNRP 72 is taking part in another five cross-border research projects. The projects focus on prevention and intervention studies in human and veterinary medicine. The aim is to optimise the way we use antibiotics.11/15/2017 11:00:00 PMAnother five JPIAMR projects within NRP 72

The objective of the National Research Programme "Antimicrobial Resistance" (NRP 72) is to contribute to reducing antimicrobial resistance as well as decreasing its negative impact on the therapy of infectious diseases.

Since antimicrobial-resistant bacteria are present in human and animal hosts as well as in the environment, NRP is addressing the issue with a one-health approach.

The overall funding for NFP 72 amounts to CHF 20 million for 5 years of research.

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