|Grantee||Giving Area||Program||Grant Year||Project Title||Amount|
|Boston Children’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School||Health||Innovator Awards||2022||Defining immune organization in intestine inflammation.||$150,000|
|Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center||Health||Innovator Awards||2022||Microbiota-Sensitive Epigenetic Regulation of IBD.||$50,000|
|Dalhousie University||Health||Innovator Awards||2022||Targeting thioesterases to correct loss-of-function NOD2 variants.||$150,000|
|Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center||Health||Innovator Awards||2022||Dietary regulation of intestinal immune-metabolic trade-offs through activation of neuroimmune circuits.||$150,000|
|Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center||Health||Innovator Awards||2022||Mechanisms by which maternal antibodies regulate immune responses to the microbiota in early life.||$150,000|
|Harvard Medical School||Health||Innovator Awards||2022||The enteric nervous system primes peripheral immunity and drives systemic inflammation during IBD.||$150,000|
|Harvard Medical School||Health||Innovator Awards||2022||Pain and neuro-immune crosstalk in gut barrier function and colitis.||$100,000|
|Harvard Medical School||Health||Innovator Awards||2022||Role of regulatory fibroblasts in eliciting immune tolerance to colitis.||$150,000|
|Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai||Health||Innovator Awards||2022||PREDICTS-Net: Multi-omics network analysis to identify key drivers of disease initiation and progression in the preclinical phase of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).||$100,000|
|Icahn School of Medicine At Mount Sinai||Health||Innovator Awards||2022||Safety and Efficacy of Healthy to Inflamed Pouch Fecal Microbiota Transplantation.||$150,000|
|Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Health||Innovator Awards||2022||Cortical Modulation of Gut Motility||$150,000|
|Mayo Clinic||Health||Innovator Awards||2022||Metabolism controls CD4 T helper cell-induced pathogenicity during inflammatory bowel disease.||$150,000|
|Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center||Health||Innovator Awards||2022||Using intestinal microbes to induce anti-inflammatory pathways in IBD.||$100,000|
|Northwestern University||Health||Innovator Awards||2022||Exploring the Impact of Gut Neutrophil Heterogeneity on Clinical Response of IBD Patients to anti-TNF _ Biologic||$150,000|
|NYU Grossman School of Medicine||Health||Innovator Awards||2022||A novel platform to map intestinal stem cell interactomes in IBD.||$100,000|
|Oregon Health & Science University||Health||Innovator Awards||2022||Regulation of the Epithelial Response to Interferons in Inflammatory Bowel Disease.||$150,000|
|Rush University Medical Center||Health||Innovator Awards||2022||A Randomized Crossover Trial of Bright Light Therapy in Crohn’s Disease on Intestinal Barrier Homeostasis.||$150,000|
|Stony Brook University||Health||Innovator Awards||2022||Inhibiting Serine Synthesis as a Novel Treatment for Intestinal Fibrosis.||$150,000|
|University of California, Berkeley||Health||Innovator Awards||2022||A system to track host responses to the microbiota during homeostasis and inflammation.||$100,000|
|University of Michigan||Health||Innovator Awards||2022||Optimizing dietary protein derived isobutyrate to suppress inflammation.||$150,000|
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