We invite Letters of Inquiry for the Early Career Catalyst Award from March 1 through March 29, 2024. The Rainin Foundation is making one-time awards totaling $1 million to commemorate our 15th anniversary of formal grantmaking.
Join investigators, trainees and clinicians from various disciplines to explore progress in Inflammatory Bowel Disease research at our annual Symposium.
The Rainin Foundation’s Innovations Symposium brought together scientific minds from around the world to promote cutting-edge thinking about Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
The Kenneth Rainin Foundation invites Letters of Inquiry for our Innovator Awards Program from August 1 through September 30, 2023.
The Kenneth Rainin Foundation has awarded $4.15 million through our Innovator Awards Program.
As a preeminent clinician-scientist studying the molecular mechanisms underlying inflammation and cancer, Dr. Averil Ma’s expertise has guided our focus on IBD research.
The Kenneth Rainin Foundation is pleased to announce that Scott Snapper, MD, PhD, is the new Co-Chair of our Scientific Advisory Board, joining fellow Co-Chair Bana Jabri, MD, PhD.
We are thrilled to welcome scientists and other colleagues back in person to the Foundation’s annual Innovations Symposium on July 17-18 in San Francisco.
The G-Tech Medical team discusses the impact of early funding on their “EKG for the gut,” exciting data emerging from current studies and growing interest from researchers and industry.
Our Health grantmaking aims to advance game-changing research that has the potential to improve the lives of people with IBD so it’s thrilling when our grantees gain recognition or high-profile journals publish their findings.