Grants

Current major grants

  • LEADING: Low-level Exposure to Antibiotics Disturbs Interactions among Non-pathogenic bacteria in the Gastrointestinal tract
    3 304 000 SEK, 2021-2024, Swedish Research Council [main applicant]
  • EMBARK – Establishing a Monitoring Baseline for Antibiotic Resistance in Key environments
    1 388 146 EUR, 2020-2022 (3 181 800 SEK to the Bengtsson-Palme lab), JPIAMR/Swedish Research Council [main applicant, coordinator]
  • Diarrheal Diseases
    6 154 784 SEK, 2021-2025 (2 875 000 SEK to the Bengtsson-Palme lab; precise budget allocation pending), SIDA Research Training Partnership Program [applicant together with Volga Iñiguez]
  • Sahlgrenska Academy – Faculty grant for early career researchers
    2 500 000 SEK and fully funded salary (~4 000 000 SEK), 2019-2023, Sahlgrenska Academy [main applicant]
  • Sahlgrenska Academy International Starting Grant
    1 000 000 SEK, 2020-2022, Sahlgrenska Academy [main applicant]
  • OPERATIVE: Opportunistic Pathogens Enabling Resistance Acquisition and Transmission through Invasion and Virulence traits acquired in the Environment
    596 276 SEK, 2020-2022, Centre for Antibiotic Resistance research – Project grant [main applicant]
  • BIOCIDE: Antibacterial biocides in the water cycle – an integrated approach to assess and manage risks for antibiotic resistance development
    ~1 700 000 EUR, 2021-2024, (no direct funding to the Bengtsson-Palme lab), JPIAMR/Swedish Research Council [collaborating partner with the Joakim Larsson lab]

Current smaller grants

  • Assembly of complicated antibiotic resistance regions from metagenomic data
    96,000 CPU hours, 2020-2021, Swedish National Infrastructure for
    Computing (SNIC) [main applicant]
  • Effects of antibiotics on microbial communities
    100 000 SEK, 2020, Gothenburg Society of Medicine and the Sahlgrenska Academy Prize to Young Researchers
  • High-throughput DNA sequencing combined with tridimensional eukaryotic cell culture applied to the study of bacterial pathogenesis: the case of Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus
    75 000 SEK, 2020-2022, Swedish Research Council/SPRINT – Research network grant [main applicant together with Elaine Cristina Pereira De Martinis]
  • Kan låga halter av antibiotika göra bakterier mer aggressiva?
    30 000 SEK, 2020, Längmanska Kulturfonden – Project grant [main applicant]
  • Riksmaten småbarn
    2021-2023, Livsmedelsverket – Supports sequencing and sampling activities generating data for the lab

Previous grants

  • Antibiotikaresistens – en av vår tids stora hälsoutmaningar
    125 000 SEK, 2019, Cancer- och Allergifondens – The Lennart Sparell Prize
  • Effekter av beta-laktam-antibiotika på bakteriesamhällen i miljön
    38 918 SEK, 2019, Adlerbertska Forskningsstiftelsen – Project grant [main applicant]
  • Predicting antibiotic resistance – the challenges with mixtures and complex communities
    579 917 SEK, 2018-2020, Centre for Antibiotic Resistance research – Project grant [co-applicant]
  • InSiDER – Invasion Success Determinants in bacteria and the Environmental Resistome
    3 035 820 SEK, 2017-2019, FORMAS – Mobility grant [main applicant]
  • The Genetic Diversity Underpinning Invasion Success in Bacterial Communities
    850 000 SEK, 2018-2019, SciLifeLab – Swedish Biodiversity Program 2017 [main applicant]
  • Hur påverkar antibiotika interaktionerna i bakteriesamhällen?
    100 000 SEK, 2018, O. E. och Edla Johanssons vetenskapliga stiftelse – Project grant [main applicant]
  • Vilka koncentrationer av antibiotika ger resistenta bakterier en tillväxtfördel i jord?
    37 948 SEK, 2017, Adlerbertska Forskningsstiftelsen – Project grant [main applicant]
  • Gener som styr bakteriell invasion och deras koppling till antibiotikaresistens i miljön
    45 000 SEK, 2016, Adlerbertska Forskningsstiftelsen – Project grant [main applicant]
  • Swedish Bioinformatics Workshop 2014
    27 000 SEK, 2014, FORMAS – Conference grant [co-applicant]

Travel grants

  • 2018 – Centre for Antibiotic Resistance Research (CARe) at University of Gothenburg – Exchange support
  • 2017 – The Sahlgrenska Academy Travel Grant: EDAR-4 Conference, Lansing, Michigan, USA
  • 2016 – The Sahlgrenska Academy Travel Grant: 8th Annual Next Generation Sequencing Congress 2016, London, Great Britain
  • 2015 – Stiftelsen Wilhelm och Martina Lundgrens Vetenskapsfond: EDAR-3 Conference, Wernigerode, Germany
  • 2014 – Adlerbertska Forskningsstiftelsen: Hur påverkar resande förekomsten av resistensgener i den humana tarmfloran?, ISME Conference, Seoul, South Korea
  • 2012 – The Sahlgrenska Academy Travel Grant: ISME Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • 2012 – Stiftelsen Wilhelm och Martina Lundgrens Vetenskapsfond: ISME Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark

Awards

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