New PLOS Channel brings together science, R&D, policy, and public health research for the Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) community

[Geneva – 22 May 2018]
PLOS, in collaboration with GARDP, is delighted to announce the launch of the Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Channel during the World Health Assembly, Geneva. This new channel offers the AMR research community access to the latest research, as well as commentaries, blogs, news, and discussions that span science, research and development, policy, and public health in the fight against AMR.

South African Medical Research Council funds GARDP efforts to deliver new antibiotics for drug-resistant infections

[26 April 2018]
Funding will support studies on new treatments for neonatal sepsis and drug-resistant STIs in South Africa
GARDP is pleased to announce the strengthening of its collaborative efforts with the SAMRC. This funding will contribute to the global development and delivery of affordable new or improved antibiotic treatments for drug-resistant bacterial infections where there are currently no adequate treatments, beginning with neonatal sepsis and sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

More than EUR 56 million raised to fund initiative to fight antibiotic resistance

[Berlin – 4 September 2017]
Germany hosts pledging event for GARDP, a new initiative to develop new antibiotic treatments
Germany together with a number of countries and foundations today pledged EUR 56.5 million to help develop new treatments to fight against antibiotic resistance, during a fundraising event for the Global Antibiotic Research and Development Partnership (GARDP), hosted in Berlin by the German Federal Ministry of Health and the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.

Gröhe: „Wichtiger Schritt im Kampf gegen Antibiotika-Resistenzen“

[Berlin – 4 September 2017]
Mehr als 56 Millionen Euro für die Erforschung und Entwicklung neuer Antibiotika zugesagt
Mit 56,5 Millionen Euro wollen die Bundesrepublik Deutschland und weitere internationale Geldgeber die Erforschung und Entwicklung neuer Antibiotika vorantreiben. Die Mittel wurden der Globalen Partnerschaft für Antibiotika-Forschung und Entwicklung – GARDP (Global Antibiotic Research and Development Partnership) – im Rahmen einer Veranstaltung auf Einladung von Bundesgesundheitsminister Hermann Gröhe und Georg Schütte, Staatssekretär im Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung, in Berlin zugesagt.