|Grantee||Giving Area||Program||Grant Year||Project Title||Amount|
|Cleveland Clinic||Health||Synergy Awards||2022||Targeting the septin cytoskeleton as a novel mechanistic approach to therapy of fibrostenosing Crohn’s disease.||$100,000|
|Fiedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg||Health||Synergy Awards||2022||Label-free digital pathology and spatially resolved transcriptomics for the identification of novel biomarkers and therapeutic targets in inflammatory bowel diseases.||$100,000|
|Rockefeller University||Health||Synergy Awards||2022||A novel IAP antagonist strategy for the treatment of IBD.||$100,000|
|The Rockefeller University||Health||Synergy Awards||2022||Mechanistic analysis of NOD2 interactions with commensal bacteria muropeptides in Crohn’s disease.||$100,000|
|University of Alabama at Birmingham||Health||Synergy Awards||2022||An IBD peptide immunochip for diagnosis, prognosis and immune monitoring in Crohn’s disease.||$50,000|
|Washington University in St. Louis||Health||Synergy Awards||2022||Human and experimental animal studies to identify mechanisms governing lymph transport in Crohn’s disease.||$100,000|
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Our Health Program invests early in novel approaches and collaborations to advance Inflammatory Bowel Disease research.