Grant Opportunity For Researchers Interested In IBD

Dr. Amy Lightner, a Kenneth Rainin Foundation grantee who specializes in understanding IBD using human samples. Photo courtesy of the Sherman Prize, awarded to Dr. Lightner in 2018.
The Kenneth Rainin Foundation invites Letters of Inquiry for our Innovator Awards Program from August 1 through September 30, 2022. Grants support research to advance the understanding of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD). Projects by individual researchers will be funded up to $150,000 and collaborative projects involving multiple researchers are eligible for funding up to $300,000. Learn more about our streamlined application process and extended submission window.

Year In Review: Re-Energizing Inflammatory Bowel Disease Research

Biomedical research into Inflammatory Bowel Disease gained new momentum as labs reopened. Photo credit: sinology, Getty Images
The Kenneth Rainin Foundation’s Turning Points 2021: Year in Review report showcases the dedication and resilience of our Arts, Education and Health grantees and partners. In Health, our funding supports biomedical research to improve the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Explore the Health section to see exciting scientific milestones and new momentum in groundbreaking research.

RSVP for our 2022 virtual Innovations Symposium on July 25-27
A cornerstone event that connects IBD researchers, clinicians and industry professionals.