The Kenneth Rainin Foundation, in partnership with the Philanthropy Advisory Service of the Milken Institute, has released A Giving Smarter Guide to identify how strategic philanthropic investments can change the trajectory of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) research.
The Rainin Foundation is committed to investing in cutting-edge research, and advancing successful research findings into therapies to improve outcomes for people living with IBD—an area that lacks resources. This guide is part of our investment to better understand how philanthropic support might best support and accelerate the development of IBD treatments.
View A Giving Smarter Guide to learn about:
- the current state of research and promising directions
- research barriers and critical funding gaps
- potential solutions for addressing challenges
We invite other funders to support research and join in our mission to understand IBD. Funding for basic, translational, and clinical IBD research is essential to determine who will develop the disease and how to cure those already living with IBD. We will continue to listen to the experts to help us prioritize the most promising research and achieve our goal of curing IBD.
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