Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America

Funding Organization

Awards Grant

  • (Environmental Triggers) Molecular Mechanisms of Early Life Stress and Risk of Inflammatory Bowel Disease
  • A Critical Role for T Cell-Derived IL-6 in the Pathogenesis of Colitis
  • Altered Handling and Sensing of Xenobiotics in Inflammatory Bowel Disease
  • Antimicrobial Molecule Expression in the FVB.mdr1a Model of Colitis
  • Control of Effector Cytokine Gene Induction in Immunopathogenic T Cells
  • IL-1-Mediated Regulation of the Th17 Developmental Program and Its Role in IBD
  • Impact of Bacterial Stimulation of Antimicrobial Peptide Expression in P-glycoprotein Models of Colitis
  • Interplay of T Cell Subsets in IBD Pathogenesis
  • Intestinal Fibroblasts Regulate Mucosal Inflammation in Crohn's Disease
  • Mechanism for CMV-Induced Exacerbation of Inflammation in IBD
  • Mechanism for CMV-Induced Exacerbation of Inflammation in IBD
  • Mechanisms Controlling IL-10 Producing Intestinal Regulatory T Cells
  • Mechanisms of Vitamin D-Mediated Protection Against IBD
  • Molecular Mechanisms of Early Life Stress and Risk of Inflammatory Bowel Disease
  • Pathogenic Th1 Effector CD4 T-Cells During IL-23-Mediated Colitis
  • Regulation of IL-10 Expression by Intestinal T Cells
  • Regulation of IL-22 Induction from Th17 and Non-Th17 CD4 T Cells
  • Study of a Prospective Adult Research Cohort with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (SPARC IBD)
  • Targeting Microbiota Flagellin-Specific CD4+ Memory T Cells as a Novel Immunotherapy of Crohn's Disease
  • Targeting Microbiota Flagellin-Specific CD4+ Memory T Cells as a Novel Immunotherapy of Crohn's Disease