Gabriele Gadermaier

Projects and Funding
2017-2019Stand-alone project “Mapping antibody profiles of Bet v 1 and associated food allergens during SIT” funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF)
2017-2019Scientific and Technological Cooperation with Poland (WTZ) funded by the Austrian Ministry of Science, Research and Economy
2017Sparkling Science project “BIO KoSMoS” funded by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy (interim leadership)
since 2016Principal investigator in the interdisciplinary doctoral school DSP Biomolecules (DSPB) at the University of Salzburg
2016
Young talents projects for pupils in Allergy research funded by the FFG-Austrian Research Promotion Agency
2015
Young talents projects for pupils in Allergy research funded by the FFG-Austrian Research Promotion Agency
2014-2017
Citizen Science Project “ALRAUNE Plus” funded by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy
2014-2015
Eurasia-Pacific Uninet Project “Identification of Japanese hop allergens”, Austrian Agency for International Cooperation in Education and Research
2014
Young talents projects for pupils in Allergy research funded by the FFG-Austrian Research Promotion Agency
since 2013
Principal investigator in the Christian-Doppler (CD) Laboratory for Innovative Tools for Characterization of Biosimilars, leader: Prof. Dr. Christian Huber
2013-2017
Principal investigator in the EU-funded food allergy and specific therapy (FAST) project (Health-2007-1.4.3: Immunotherapy of human food allergies)
2013-2016Sparkling Science Project “ALRAUNE” funded by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy
2011-2012
Evaluation of new substrate surfaces for chip analysis (Translational research Project University of Salzburg)
2011-2012
Immunomodulation of inflammatory diseases (Translational research Project University of Salzburg)
 
Project Participations
2018-2020Combined computational and experimantal approaches for recombinant production of pectate lyase major allergens, Wissenschaftlich-Technische Zusammenarbeit (WTZ) Austria – India, OeAD
2017-2018Characterization of allergens of mites Blomia tropicalis and Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus aiming to produce hypoallergenic allergens, for the immunotherapy of allergies to dust mites, Post-graduate program, CAPES, Federal University of Bahia, Brazil
2017-2018COST Action 1402: ImPARAS – Improving Risk Assessment Strategies for New Food Proteins
2017-2017Production of recombinant PLA2 inhibitor and its potential as anti-allergic agent, Post-graduate program, CAPES, Brazil
2016-2016Study of allergenic compounds in gluten and gluten-free flours, University of Bologna, Italy
2014-2015Science without Boarders Mobility Project, Allergens from Polybia paulista wasp, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
2013-2016Young Investigator Award project on identification, characterization and production of new allergens, FAPESP – Research Support Foundation of Sao Paulo State, Brazil
2013-2016Science without Borders Mobility Project, Tropical mite allergens for immunotherapy, Federal University of Bahia, Brazil
2013-2016
ERA-NET New Indigo Project “GENALL”, cooperation with India and Germany
2010-2012
WTZ – Scientific collaboration Austria and Korea
2008-2012
COST-Aktion FA804: Molecular farming
2006-2011CD Laboratory for allergy diagnosis and therapy, funded by the Christian Doppler Research Association
2004-2011
Diagnosis and therapy of Typ I allergies
2002-2005
Development of Certified Reference Materials for Allergenic Products and Validation of Methods for their Quantification (CREATE), EU funded project (5th Framework Programme in the field of allergen standardization)
2001-2005Immunobiology of Allergens and Allergen-specific Immune Responses
2001-2005
Characterisation of mugwort and ragweed pollen allergens
2000-2003
Molecular and immunological characterization of Art v 1, the major allergen of mugwort pollen
1998-2001
Molecular characterization of mugwort pollen allergens