2021-2023    Novel biochar and rhizobacteria based bioinoculant for sustainable production of healthy food from stressed agro-ecosystems. The Department of Science & Technology (DST), Government of India and the Ministry of Innovative Development of the Republic of Uzbekistan

2020-2021    Creating new opportunities for genomics in Uzbekistan, American Councils for International Education, USA

2018-2020    Comparative study of Diversity and Bioactive Potential of Endophytes Associated with medicinal plants from Xinjiang and Uzbekistan, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region Funding, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

2017-2020    Network for improving research-based higher education in basic and applied microbiology. The Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education (SIU), Norway

2015-2016    The rhizosphere microbiome of Acacia spp.: the significance of beneficial plant microorganisms and their implications for plant salt tolerance, King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST), Saudi Arabia

2014-2015    Network for higher education and research in environmental microbiology and biotechnology, The Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education (SIU), Norway

2014-2015    Management of plant-microbe interactions to improve legume-rhizobia symbiosis in arid saline soils, Eurasian Pacific Uninet, Austria

2011-2012    Development of bio-fertilizer for suppression of Fusarium wilt, dry root rot, in chickpea and enhancement of productivity under ecologically stressed environments, IFAR Grant (FAO-ICRISAT)

2008-2010    Growth stimulation, stress resistance, and biological control of Fusarium wilt on cotton by rhizobacteria under extreme climatic conditions, Third World Academy of Sciences (TWAS)

2005-2007    Microbial plant growth stimulation and control of plant fungal diseases for sustainable production of healthy food focused on Uzbekistan,  European Union INTAS

2004-2005    Evaluation of rhizosphere bacteria for improving plant health and producing safer food from wheat grown under salinated soil condition, NATO Collaborative Linkage Grant

2003-2004    Establishment and development of National Collection of Agricultural Microorganisms, Society of General Microbiology, UK

Мы в сети:
National University of Uzbekistan
Faculty of Biology
Joint Uzbek-China Key Lab of “Ecobiomes”
100174, Tashkent, University str. 4