Research network

Global network of independent researchers

BioGaia has an extensive research network and collaborates with universities and hospitals around the world, including the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in Uppsala, Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sahlgrenska University Hospital in Gothenburg, Texas Children’s Hospital in the USA, and the University Hospitals of Bari and Turin in Italy.

A key objective of BioGaia is to promote transparency and a high standard of scientific reporting by encouraging researchers to design and report their studies in a way that will result in the publication of the studies in well-known medical journals. The goal is to publish all studies, regardless of their outcome. Furthermore, BioGaia requires all studies to be ethically approved and registered on a public website, such as

BioGaia Centre of Excellence

BioGaia’s laboratory in Sweden, we call it our Centre of Excellence, is a hub for research and product development, making it possible for BioGaia to perform small-scale trials and small-scale production.

The work at our laboratory in Sweden contributes to a deeper understanding of how bacteria work and how to develop new sustainable probiotic products, and with this knowledge we better understand how to grow and stabilize probiotic strains so that they stay alive in our products.

Watch the video to learn more about how BioGaia employees operate and collaborate internally and together with a global network of scientists. You’ll also learn how we develop probiotic products for today and tomorrow.