Gram Negatives - Andrea Endimiani

Gram Negatives - Andrea Endimiani

Projects

  1. March 1st, 2021 – Feb 28th, 2025. "Multidrug-Resistant Enterobacterales Colonizing Confederates Employed at Embassies Worldwide: Molecular Features, Metagenomics, and Transmission to the Swiss Householders at Return". Overall, 671.414 CHF due to AE. Swiss National Foundation (SNF grant 32003B_192514). DESCRIPTION: http://p3.snf.ch/Project-192514          
     
  2. April 1st, 2018 – Oct 31st, 2019. “Prevalence and identification of critical points for transmission of multidrug-resistant bacteria in small animal clinics - towards evidence-based guidelines for infection prevention and control”. Overall, 219.588 CHF due to S. Schuller (PI), B. Willi (PI), V. Perreten (Co-PI), S. Gobeli-Brawand (Co-PI), A. Endimiani (Co-PI; 6.000 CHF), and S. Kuster (Co-PI). Swiss Federal Food Safety and Veterinary Office (BLV). DESCRIPTION: https://www.aramis.admin.ch/Grunddaten/?ProjectID=40062     
     
  3. March 1st, 2018 – April 30th, 2021. “Whole Genome and Plasmid Sequencing for MDR Enterobacteriaceae Simultaneously Isolated from Multiple Human and Non-Human Settings: Deciphering Impact, Risks, and Dynamics for Resistance Transmission and Spread”. Overall, 350.000 CHF due to Andrea Endimiani (PI), Vincent Perreten (Co-PI), and Alban Ramette (Co-PI). This project includes 3-year salary for one PhD student and 2-year salary (20%) for a PostDoc. Swiss National Science Foundation - NRP-72, “National Research Programme, Antimicrobial Resistance” (SNF; 407240_177378). DESCRIPTION and OUTPUT: http://p3.snf.ch/project-177378        
     
  4. Oct 1st, 2017 – Feb 28th, 2021. “The gut microbiome in Swiss military personnel deployed to the Kosovo – a prospective observational cohort study on the gut microbiome’s influence on the acquisition of multidrug resistant Enterobacteriaceae, on the occurrence of travellers‘ diarrhoea and its changes over time“. Overall, 100.000 CHF due to Esther Kuenzli (PI), Peter Florek (Co-PI), and Andrea Endimiani (Co-PI; 39.450 CHF). Kompetenzzentrum für Militär- und Katastrophenmedizin. 
     
  5. Sept 1st 2017 – Feb 28th, 2021. “Extended-Spectrum Cephalosporin and/or Colistin-Resistant Enterobacteriaceae in Swiss Travellers to Tanzania and Thailand, in the local population, in broiler chicken and in chicken meat”. Overall, 568.003 CHF due to Christoph Hatz (PI), Jakob Zinsstag (Co-PI) and Andrea Endimiani (Co-PI; 351.357 CHF). This project includes 3-year salary for one Research Technician at 85%. Swiss National Foundation (SNF; 32003B_170063). DESCRIPTION and OUTPUT: http://p3.snf.ch/project-170063        
     
  6. Dec 1st, 2015 – Nov 30th, 2018. "Combatting Antibiotic Resistance: Novel Antibacterial Strategies". (3-year salary for a PhD Student = 145.000 CHF). Hans Sigrist Foundation (Bern, Switzerland).  
     
  7. Sep 1st, 2015 – Aug 31st, 2016. “Phage activity against anti Clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats in Gram-negative bacteria” (1-year salary = 45.500 CHF). Swiss Government Excellence Scholarship for a Visiting Post-Doc (Dr. Karumidze Natia) from the Eliava G. Institute of Bacteriophages, Microbiology and Virology - Tbilisi, Georgia.
     
  8. Nov 2014 – Oct 2015. "Aerococcus urinae: Epidemiology, molecular Characteristics and treatment options for an Underestimated Uropathogen". Overall, 80.000 CHF due to Cédric Hirzel (PI), Hansjakob Furrer (Co-PI), Jonas Marschall (Co-PI), and Andrea Endimiani (Co-PI). Forschungsgrants für Nachwuchsforschende des Inselspitals / Universitätsspitals Bern. This project included 1-year salary for one Research Technician at 100%.
     
  9. Sep 2014 – Aug 2017. "Intestinal Carriage of Extended-Spectrum Cephalosporin-Resistant Enterobacteriaceae among People and Pets in Households: Descriptive Epidemiology and Role of Microbiota". Overall, 376.000 CHF due to Andrea Endimiani (PI), Markus Hilty (Co-PI), and Jonas Marschall (Co-PI). Swiss National Foundation (SNF; 32003B_153377). DESCRIPTION and OUTPUT: http://p3.snf.ch/project-153377
     
  10. May 2014 – Apr 2015. “Implementation of Two Rapid Diagnostic Tools in Patients with Neutropenic Fever: Analysis of Early Directed Therapy for Gram-negative Bloodstream Infections”. Overall, 84.000 CHF due to Brugger Daniel Silvio (PI), Parham Sendi (Co-PI) and Andrea Endimiani (Co-PI). Forschungsgrants für Nachwuchsforschende des Inselspitals / Universitätsspitals Bern. This project includes 1-year salary for one Research technician at 50% and one Study Nurse at 30%.
     
  11. Feb 2014 – March 2017. “Rapid Diagnosis of Antibiotic Resistance in Gonorrhoea: RADAR-Go”. Due to Nicola Low (PI), Althaus Christian, Rutjes Anne, Sebastian Bonhoeffer, Hansjakob Furrer (PI), Magnus Unemo, and Andrea Endimiani (PI). Overall, 1’999’971 CHF of which 782’740 CHF allocated for WP Laboratory where AE is PI. In this project AE had a 3-year salary support for one PostDoc (100%) and one Research Technician (50%). Swiss TransMed, Translational Research in Medicine (Swissuniversities – CRUS.ch).  
     
  12. Jan 2014 – Dec 2016.“Exploring response surfaces and synergistic interactions of antibiotic combination treatment for Neisseria gonorrhoeae”. Due to Althaus Christian (PI), Andrea Endimiani (Co-PI), and Nicola Low (Co-PI). Overall, 192.000 CHF of which 30.000 CHF allocated for AE. This project included 3-year salary support for one PhD student working part-time at the Institute of Infectious Diseases, Bern (IFIK) and the Institute of Social and Preventing Medicine (ISPM). SystemsX, the Swiss Initiative in Systems Biology.
     
  13. Oct 2013 - Aug 2014. “Fosfomycin – a new promising therapeutic strategy against multidrug-resistant Neisseria gonorrhoeae”. Overall, 106.806 CHF due to Christoph Hauser (PI), Hansjakob Furrer (Co-PI), and Andrea Endimiani (Co-PI). Forschungsgrants für Nachwuchsforschende des Inselspitals / Universitätsspitals Bern. This project includes 1-year salary for one Research technician at 80%.

 

Jun 2012 - May 2015. “Genetic Properties of Extended-Spectrum Cephalosporin-Resistant Escherichia coli in Humans and Animals”: 170.000 CHF due to Vincent Perreten (PI) and Andrea Endimiani (Co-PI) - Project N. 1.12.06; Swiss Federal Food Safety and Veterinary Office (BLV). This project includes 2-year salary support for one PhD student (i.e., Salome Seiffert); the third year was supported by the Institute of Infectious Diseases, Bern, Switzerland (Prof. Kathrin Mühlemann).