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Studentships Crohn’s and Colitis Canada / Alberta Innovates Health Solutions


Student Institution


Christine Hirota University of Calgary


James Cotton


University of Calgary


Project


The role of epithelial protease-activated receptors (PARs) in regulating mediators of intestinal inflammation and cancer


The immunomodulatory effects of Giardia Iamblia


Funding


Year 2 of 2 $ 19,000


Years 2 & 3 of 3 $ 7,800


Crohn’s and Colitis Canada / Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research Vijay Morampudi University of


Do goblet cell mediators cooperatively


British Columbia prevent gut microbiota from causing spontaneous colitis?


Yanet Valdez University of Dissecting the role of CD248 in British Columbia inflammatory disease


Year 1 of 3 $ 20,750


Year 3 of 3 $ 19,500


Crohn’s and Colitis Canada / Fonds de recherche Santé – Québec Émilie Degagné Children’s Hospital Rôle de la sphingosine phosphate lyase maladies inflammatoires intestinales


Oakland Research dans l’inflammation observée dans les Institute


Stéphanie McGill Bussières-Marmen University


Étudier et comprendre le rôle de TC-PTP dans le développement des lymphocytes B


ainsi que sa fonction dans le processus d’inflammation grâce à de nouveaux modèles de souris tissus spécifiques et inductibles


Year 2 of 2 $ 15,000


Year 1 of 3 $ 10,000


Crohn’s and Colitis Canada / University of Ottawa Amanda Starr


University of Ottawa


The microbiota at the intestinal mucosa-immune interface: a gateway for personalized health


Year 1 of 4 $ 25,000


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