Biostime Institute for Nutrition and Care – Geneva welcomes grant applications from research scientists based in Universities, hospitals or other academic institutions.
The research grants aim to provide financial support for innovative research projects.
2019 RESEARCH TOPICS :
3. Infant brain development
4. Child obesity
5. Women’s health around pregnancy
PROCESS AND TIMELINES
STEP 1 : Submission of abstracts (Pre-selection)
Deadline March 15th, 2019 – Submission of abstract (online application)
STEP 2 : Submission of Full Application Dossier
Selected applicants will receive by email a Full application Dossier to complete
Deadline April 20th, 2019 – Submission of Full Dossier
- 50’000 Euros per project*
* A bonus of 5’000 Euros will be granted for publication of research in Journals with an Impact factor > 2.5
REQUIREMENTS FOR FUNDINGS :
Research will lead to a publication in a peer-reviewed Journal.
- Applicants will send abstracts (online application): Up to March 15th, 2019
- Preselection of applications: March 17th, 2019
- Selected applications will receive by email a Full Application to complete and send: Up to April 20th, 2019
- Examination of Full Dossier / Applications by the Scientific Committee: May 3rd, 2019
- Final Decision and Communication to applicants: June 04th, 2019
- Financing Agreements: June 30th, 2019
- Start of research projects: September – October 15th, 2019
PROJECTS THAT DO NOT RECEIVE FUNDING :
1. Doubtful sustainability
2. Research on food policy, food production or food technology
SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION ONLINE – STEP
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BINC-Geneva selected projects and awardees for 2018 :
- Amandine Bellanger – Division of Neonatology, University Hospital of Rennes France
“Gut Bacteria and Brain of the Baby: to link up the dynamic of gut colonization in preterms born at gestational age of 30-326/7 weeks and their psychomotor development at 2 years”.
- Dr Patricia Parnet – Head of research unit INSERM UMR 1280, France
“Transmission of obesity from mother to child through microbiota transfer and impact on feeding behavior”
- Prof. Marie-José Butel – PharmD, PhD Professor, Director of the research team EA 4065, Microbiologist, Paris Descartes University, France
“Gut microbiota establishment, perinatal determinants and relationships with growth and overweight in children”.
- Dr. Marie Bodinier – Project manager Research scientist at INRA, France
“PREMIPLA project : the effect of antenatal PREbiotics supplementation on MIcrobiota in PLAcenta in the context of allergy prevention”.
- Dr. Clarissa Schwab/Christian Lacroix – EZH (Switzerland) Laboratory for Food Biotechnology Zurich, Switzerland
“Infant gut development and the risk of allergy and atopic dermatitis”.