HOW MILK AND MICROBIOTA AFFECT FUTURE INTESTINAL HEALTH IN PIGS
A MARIE CURIE COFUND FELLOWSHIP FUNDED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION AND TEAGASC
Milkobiome is a project funded by the European Union through its Marie Curie Actions and Teagasc under the Research Leaders 2025 COFUND fellowship at Teagasc. It is a 3-year project with two phases across the University of Leon in Spain and Teagasc in Ireland. The first 18 months of the project is considered the outgoing phase and hosted at University of Leon. The 2nd 18 months of the project is the return phase and back to Teagasc.
The project consists of 7 workpackages of research activites and disemination and communication activities. The overall objective of the project is to study how milk and microbiota affect future intestinal health in pigs.
The Milkobiome project has received funding from the Research Leaders 2025 programme cofunded by Teagasc and the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement number 754380.