Center for Interdisciplinary Study of Inflammatory Intestinal DIsorders (C-IID)

  • Jabri-Bendelac, Bana (PI)
  • Barreiro, Luis Bruno (CoPI)
  • Bissonnette, Bruce Marc (CoPI)
  • Brasitus, Thomas A. (CoPI)
  • Brasitus, null T. (CoPI)
  • Chang, Eugene B. (CoPI)
  • Chang, null E. (CoPI)
  • Chang, Eugene (CoPI)
  • Chervonsky, Alexander V. (CoPI)
  • Davidson, null N. (CoPI)
  • Davis, null B. (CoPI)
  • Ellis, Nathan A. (CoPI)
  • Chang, Eugene E.B (CoPI)
  • Jabri, Bana (CoPI)
  • Kupfer, Sonia (CoPI)
  • Ma, Averil I. (CoPI)
  • Meredith, null S. (CoPI)
  • Musch, null M. (CoPI)
  • Davidson, Nicholas N.O (CoPI)
  • Polonsky, null K. (CoPI)
  • Reardon, null C. (CoPI)
  • Sitrin, null M. (CoPI)
  • Steck, null T. (CoPI)
  • Swift, null H. (CoPI)
  • Teng, null B. (CoPI)
  • Brasitus, Thomas T.A (CoPI)
  • Turner, Jerrold A. (CoPI)
  • Turner, Jerrold R. (CoPI)
  • Davidson, Nicholas (CoPI)

Project Details

Description

PROJECT NARRATIVE The main goal of the University of Chicago (UChicago) Digestive Diseases Research Core Center for Interdisciplinary Study of Inflammatory Intestinal Disorders (C-IID) is to foster and facilitate interdisciplinary and innovative and patient-oriented research in the field of complex inflammatory digestive diseases, to understand and therapeutically exploit discoveries to improve the health of patients with DD. The C-IID has successfully met its goals of advancing the science and translation of discovery in complex diseases of the bowel. The C-IID is greater than the sum of its parts. It provides strategic vision, cutting-edge, high quality, and cost-effective services and resources, and gives opportunity to current and next generation scientists to flourish in a highly collaborative and productive environment.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date1/01/9030/11/22

Funding

  • National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases: $1,107,000.00
  • National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases: $23,888,792.00

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