Impact of Diet, Food Components and Food Processing on Body Weight Regulation and Related Metabolic Diseases (METADIS)
eligibility requirements can be found on the HDHL JPI Website. Each project should include a detailed [...] Pre-proposals should be submitted online on the HDHL JPI submission site (ANR will not directly accept any [...] via e-mail) Sophie Gay & Martine Batoux JPI-HDHLCalls@agencerecherche.fr +33 1 78 09 80 39/+33
The nutrition-responsiveness of the immune system: interplay between infectious diseases and diet-related metabolic diseases and the potential for food-based solutions (NUTRIMMUNE) 2022
The French National Research Agency, in partnership with Seven countries (Germany, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Spain, The Netherlands and United Kingdom) is launching a call, named NUTRIMMUNE, for proposals under the JPI HDHL. The initiative aims to promote international research on nutrition and health. The global budget for this action will be of 8,27 millions of euros.
Both initiatives FACCE-JPI and SusCrop have identified and flagged “Agrobiodiversity” as a key topic to promote and sustainable and resilient crop production in agriculture. Therefore, FACCE-JPI and SusCrop have decided to join forces to put in place a joint Call for research projects addressing agrobiodiversity, with the following purpose:
The French National Research Agency, in partnership with seventeen countries (Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom) is launching the fourteenth call for proposals under the umbrella of the JPIAMR. The initiative aims to promote international research on antimicrobial resistance. The total budget for this action is 18.9 million euros.
Setting up International Scientific Networks for the surveillance and diagnostics of antimicrobial resistance - JPIAMR-ACTION 2022
The French National Research Agency is joining the fifteenth call for proposals launched by the JPIAMR. This call will support the setting of international networks aiming to improve the surveillance and diagnostics of antimicrobial resistance (AMR). The total budget for this action will be of one million of euros.