Grants

Current Grants

E. coli O83 in the prevention of polysensitization in conventional and gnotobiotic mouse model of pollen allergy

Principal Investigator: M. Schwarzer

MEYS 8J20AT011, 2020-2021

Defined bacterial cell-wall components as mucosal immunomodulators protecting against allergic inflammation development

Principal Investigator: H. Kozakova

GACR 19-02261S, 2019-2021

New strategy for alleviating allergic response: Effect of surface bacterial antigens in the prevention and treatment of allergic inflammation in mouse model

Principal Investigator: D. Srutkova

MEYS 8JPL19046, 2019-2020

Deciphering the bacteria-driven host juvenile growth promotion

Principal Investigator: M. Schwarzer

EMBO Installation Grant, 2019-2021

EVOSYM - Evolution In Symbiosis: How microbes evolve to benefit their multicellular hosts

Principal Investigator: Dr. Maria-Elena Martino, Italy, Co-Investigator: M. Schwarzer

Fondazione Casa di Risparmio di Padova e Rovigo, 2019-2020

Dissecting the role of microbiota and specific bacterial strains in mouse juvenile growth under normal/poor nutritional conditions

Principal Investigator: M. Schwarzer

GACR 18-07015Y, 2018-2020

Selected past grants

Dissecting the role of microbiota and growth-promoting Lactobacillus plantarum strain in mouse juvenile growth during chronic undernutrition

Principal Investigator: M. Schwarzer

Neuron Impuls, 2018-2019

Correlation of immunomodulatory properties of lactobacilli in vitro and their ability to influence allergic sensitization in gnotobiotic model of type I allergy

Principal Investigator: M. Schwarzer

Czech Danone Institute, 2012-2013

Impact of synbiotics on experimentally induced intestinal inflammation

Principal Investigator: H. Kozakova

Czech Science Foundation (303/09/0449), 2009-2013

Development of immune responses to birch pollen allergen after colonization of mucosal surfaces with recombinant lactobacilli expressing this allergen

Principal Investigator: H. Kozakova

Czech Science Foundation (303/05/2249), 2005–2007

Effect of probiotic lactobacilli on the development of allergy in an experimental model of human disease

Principal Investigator: H. Kozakova

Grant Agency of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (IAA50020071), 2007–2011

Probiotics: Joint Research, Education and Spread of Knowledge

Principal Investigator: H. Kozakova

European Regional Development Fund, CZ.3.22/2.1.00/09.01574, 2010–2013

Pollen and food allergies know no borders! Joint research and education

Principal Investigator: H. Kozakova

European Regional Development Fund, CZ.3.22/2.1.00/13.03892, 2013–2015