NEW IMI PROJECT “GNA NOW” KICKS OFF ITS BATTLE AGAINST ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE

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NEW IMI PROJECT “GNA NOW” KICKS OFF ITS BATTLE AGAINST ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE

BIOASTER announces the kick off a new IMI project "GNA NOW" (Gram-Negative Antibacterials NOW), led by Evotec SE, managed by Lygature and funded by the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI), a public-private european R&D consortium.

The program will work on the development of novel antibacterial agents to battle antimicrobial resistance in gram-negative bacteria.

The multi-stakeholder consortium includes 9 other partners from academia, industry and SMEs: Nosopharm, BIOASTER, Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research, North Bristol National Health Service Trust, University of Liverpool, Inserm, Erasmus Medical Center, Medical University of Vienna, and Fraunhofer IME.