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Launch of the Dynamic Dashboard

31 March 2020: The link to the Dynamic Dashboard is here.
The Dashboard will continue to mature its data set, expand the funders captured, its countries represented and its scope to other areas of AMR R&D. Additional user-functionality will follow soon. In the coming months, further galleries of information will be added including product pipelines and incentives.
A user guide and background information of how the information was collected can be found here.
We thank all the organisations that have provided data and invite anyone who would like to submit data to contact us.

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As of 27 March 2020 the Global AMR R&D Hub is on Twitter. If you would like to be informed on news and latest developments of the Global AMR R&D Hub you can follow us here.

Collaboration with Gesundheit Österreich GmbH (GÖG)

10 March 2020: The Global AMR R&D Hub is delighted to announce its support for the expert team at Gesundheit Österreich GmbH (GÖG). GÖG will work together with 10 countries to explore existing health system tools which could be applied to new AMR-impacting technologies to improve the sustainability of the flow of new products for future generations. GÖG has an extensive global network and unique health system insights to conduct this work which we hope will begin to report by third quarter this year.

Global AMR R&D Hub at STAR-IDAZ IRC Workshop

On December 19, 2019 the Secretariat of the Global AMR R&D Hub was presented at the STAR-IDAZ IRC Workshop on “AMR and the development of innovative alternatives to antibiotics (ATA)” in Bangkok (www.star-idaz.net), which took place adjacent to the 3rd International Symposium on Alternatives to Antibiotics (ATA2019, https://www.ars.usda.gov/alternativestoantibiotics).

Dr Ralf Sudbrak, Scientific Programme Officer at the Hub, was invited to participate in the newly formed working group on ATA which aims at the formulation of a global research agenda on the development of alternatives to antibiotics.

India joins the Global AMR R&D Hub

With India joining, the global partnership working to address challenges and improve coordination and collaboration in AMR R&D is expanded. Membership now consists of 16 countries, the European Commission, 2 philanthropic foundations and 4 international organisations (as observers).