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Announcing Launch of Pipeline Gallery

The Global AMR R&D Hub is pleased to announce the launch of the Pipeline Gallery on the Dynamic Dashboard today. It brings together the information gathered and analysed by the WHO and The Pew Charitable Trusts and provides a high-level overview of antibacterial products in clinical development. More information can be found here

Announcing Launch of Incentives Gallery


The Global AMR R&D Hub is pleased to announce the launch of the Incentives Gallery on the Dynamic Dashboard today. We are officially unveiling it during this week’s 4th Annual AMR Conference and we hope you can join us then!

Read our Newsletter Special Edition on Incentives

For any questions, suggestions, feedback or comments please email globalamrhub@dzif.de

A special thanks to all the stakeholders who provided their input into the development and realisation of this piece. 

Entering collaboration partnership with STAR-IDAZ


Collaboration is essential to strengthen global research efforts and reduce duplication on priority infectious diseases relevant to antimicrobial resistance (AMR). We are pleased to partner with STAR-IDAZ and advance the knowledge about R&D investments in animal health related to AMR.

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STAR-IDAZ announcement/press release

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Hub’s Newsletter Special Edition – Launch of Animal Health AMR R&D Data

Announcing Launch of Animal Health AMR R&D Data – One Step closer to a One Health approach


We are excited to officially announce the launch of the animal health investments relevant to AMR R&D in our Dynamic Dashboard. It now provides a cross-sectoral overview and also human and animal health sector-specific presentations of the global investment landscape in AMR R&D. Visit the Dynamic Dashboard at https://dashboard.globalamrhub.org/

Read our Newsletter Animal Health Special Edition

For any questions, suggestions, feedback or comments please email globalamrhub@dzif.de

A special thanks to the expert consultation group who helped develop the animal health specific categories of the Dynamic Dashboard.

Newsletter Global AMR R&D Hub


The third newsletter of the Global AMR R&D Hub was sent out today. If you want to receive our newsletter regularly please subscribe your email address on our newsletter subscription form on our website. You can access the newsletter here.

New and improved version of the Dynamic Dashboard


Today an updated version of the Investment Gallery of the Dynamic Dashboard was released. This new version has incorporated suggestions received and aims to increase the functionality and utility of the Investment Gallery based on feedback.

Key changes include:

  • A search function and the ability to export results in an excel spreadsheet
  • Providing abstracts and other project level information where possible
  • Refining the structure of the gallery so that each One Health sector can have a dedicated area that provides information relevant only to that sector
  • Changes to make it easier to understand what is presented
  • Making our key supporting documents, like the definitions for the categories and our data sources, much easier to find and more user friendly, and
  • Changing some of the visuals so that the information presented is more targeted to user needs.

More is yet to come for the Investment Gallery, and we are still working on presenting information on the research organisations and also developing key messages and data trends.

In addition, stay tuned for the launch of projects and investments on animal health R&D on 31 July 2020 and the two new Galleries, Pipeline and Incentives, in August 2020.

New members of the Global AMR R&D Hub Stakeholder Group


It is our great pleasure to welcome the African Association for Research and Control of AMR (AAAMR), AdvaMedDx, UNITAID and the World Farming Organization (WFO) as additional members of the Stakeholder Group that now consists of 20 members representing organisations from NGOs/civil society, industry, international research-funding initiatives and academia.

We are particularly excited as with the support of the new members we are achieving broader technical and geographic coverage that strengthens our work and help us realize our strategic goals.

AAAMR is composed of African experts and scientist in the fields of Bacteriology, Mycology, Parasitology and Virology that focus on AMR issues on the African continent encompassing all One Health sectors. AdvaMedDx is the world’s largest trade association representing medical diagnostics manufacturer and advocates for the power of innovative medical diagnostic tests and technologies that facilitate evidence-based medicine, enable early detection of disease, enhance patient health, and advance public health and have committed on diagnostics tests to fight AMR. The member-based association WFO brings together national farmers’ organizations and agricultural cooperatives from all over the world. As highlighted in their 2019 published ‘Policy on AMR use and resistance in livestock’ the importance of investments in research of new medicine and alternatives to medicine to treat animals in an effective way is well-aligned with the work of the Hub. And the international organization UNITAID which invests in innovations to prevent, diagnose and treat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria more quickly, affordably and effectively and also works on improving access to diagnostics and treatment for HIV co-infections such as hepatitis C and human papillomavirus (HPV).

The Stakeholder Group was established in early 2019 to provide input to our work and are offering  a voice of the different needs in the field of AMR R&D considering all One Health sectors. We are grateful for the members valuable contributions that have helped advancing the development of the Dynamic Dashboard and other areas of our work and we are looking forward to our continued collaboration.

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Global AMR R&D Hub celebrating 2 years since launch

Two years have passed since the Global AMR R&D Hub was launched in May 2018. During this time, the global partnership has expanded and the work of the Hub has progressed under three strategic pillars. Read more here..

Global AMR R&D Hub at the One Health EJP Annual Scientific Meeting 2020

On May 27 – 29, 2020 the Secretariat of the Global AMR R&D Hub participated in the One Health EJP Annual Scientific Meeting 2020 online event (https://www.ohejp2020.com/), where foodborne zoonoses, antimicrobial resistance and emerging threats were discussed.

Dr Ralf Sudbrak, Scientific Programme Officer at the Hub, gave a presentation titled “The Dynamic Dashboard of the Global AMR R&D Hub”, highlighting the importance of information sharing, by introducing the newly launched AMR dashboard as a new tool for knowledge brokering.

Call for Tender – Market Potential Calculations of AMR Product Markets

In May the Global AMR R&D Hub called for tenders for the implementation of a study to determine the global market potentials for four prioritised products relevant for addressing AMR. The call closed on June 19, 2020.