We are delighted to receive generous funding from the LEO Foundation, which will allow us to continue collaborating with Caroline Roduit and Remo Frei (Inselspital Bern, Switzerland) and Hanne Frøkiær (Copenhagen University, Denmark) to work on infant gut microbiota development and the occurrence of atopic dermatitis. Please find out more here: https://leo-foundation.org/en/grantee/
We will have an opening for a postdoc position soon!
That was delightful news during holiday time, paper accepted. Congratulation Lucia! Thanks to all the collaborators from Denmark, Switzerland and the Czech Republic and to the NNF Foundation and AUFF for funding.
Feel free to check the paper out at: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/19490976.2023.2241209
Meet us at FEMS Microbiology 2023 in Hamburg.
We will be presenting:
posters at 'Food Microbiology' Poster Area level 1, monday morning:
M71 Lucia Huertas Diaz 'Short chain carboxylic acids as antimicrobials against food and gut related clostridia'
M121 Ker Sin Ng 'Environmental pH and short chain carboxylic acid structure affect antimicrobial activity and biofilm formation of Salmonella'
and a flash presentation at FP5/8: Environmental Microbiology & Ecology, Monday 16:30-18.00
of Dr. Qing Li 'Biomarkers predict the presence of a common intestinal microbial function and the relationship to diet and gut physiology'
photo courtesy of Jakub Hosek
Looking forward to working on 'A novel sustainable bioprocess to obtain nutritious single cell protein (SustainPro)' with Dr. Maria Florencia Bambace (FMT) and Mario Martinez Martinez (AU-FOOD)