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BEDREHELSE: 6 new projects on antimicrobial resistance

NOK 39,5 million has been allocated as a result of the call for proposals with deadline 26.4.2017.

Title of call for proposals: 40 millioner kroner til indisk-norske forskningssamarbeid på antibiotikaresistens

Total funding sought: NOK 208,2 million
Total funding granted: NOK 39,5 million
Total number of grant applications submitted: 28
Researcher Project : 28


Distribution of marks for the grant applications
 

Application type/mark 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Researcher Project 2 3 4 15 2 2 0

 

Decision-making body

Professor Pål Kraft (on behalf of the BEDREHELSE and BIONÆR programme boards) representing the Research Council of Norway, and the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR).

Substitute members: Kirsten Indgjerd Værdal

The assessment process has been carried out in conformance with the Research Council of Norway's Regulations on Impartiality and Confidence, see www.rcn.no/impartiality

Projects granted funding
 

Project number Project title Institution/company
273588 Structure-based target exploration for the discovery of new leads for antibiotics UNIVERSITETET I BERGEN
273609 AMR-Diag: A Novel Diagnostic Tool for Sequence Based Prediction of Antimicrobial Resistance HØGSKOLEN I INNLANDET - HEDMARK
273646 Antimicrobial peptides (bacteriocins) as alternative to conventional antibiotics Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU)
273833 Born in the twilight of antibiotics: Implications of antibiotic use to the preterm infant respiratory mcirobiome and resistome development University of Oslo
273319 Drug targeting for improved treatment of multi drug resistant tuberculosis. Universitetet i Oslo
273332 Detection and Inhibition of clinically relevant carbapenemases (DICARBA) UNIVERSITETET I TROMSØ - NORGES ARKTISKE UNIVERSIT

 

Published:
21.09.2017