Kenneth Rainin Foundation Offers $100K Grant for Innovative IBD Research

Kenneth Rainin Foundation Offers $100K Grant for Innovative IBD Research
The Kenneth Rainin Foundation is encouraging researchers from around the world to submit ideas that might revolutionize inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) treatment. The potential reward: a $100,000 grant from the foundation’s Innovator Award program. Since 2010, the foundation has awarded more than $11 million in funding for research on IBD treatments. “The Rainin Foundation understands that our support

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  1. Mary Wiltshire-Hall says:

    I would like to see an IBD study done exclusively female. There appears to be a magnification of symptoms in many women around their period. Conversely for many women when they hit menopause symptoms seem to decline. Is this as a result of estrogen? If it is can this information help in any way. Can estrogen be suppressed or manipulated to help these women?

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