In this section, you can find out all about the Crohn’s research that forCrohns funds. Our mission is to fund research that helps those with the condition today and contributes to finding a cure for Crohn’s Disease in the future. One day we will beat Crohn’s Disease. The more research we do, the sooner that day will come.
To date we have invested over £500,000 into Crohn’s Disease research covering a wide variety of studies into the disease. These include investigations leading to a greater understanding of the condition, diagnosis, symptoms, treatments and psychological impact.
You can find out details of some of the projects we have funded since 2008 here. Please note that this section is due to be updated with the latest findings shortly.
- Development of a novel prognostic classification system for fistulising perianal Crohn’s disease – Cambridge – IN PROGRESS
- Pilot study on feasibility and safety of a standardised intraoperative small bowel ultrasound protocol – Portsmouth – IN PROGRESS
- Assess the clinical efficacy of the novel CD-TREAT diet in patients with active Crohn’s disease – University of Glasgow – IN PROGRESS
- The key to predicting therapeutic response to antic-TNFαin Crohn’s disease – King’s College London – IN PROGRESS
- 3D printing of complex perianal Crohn’s fistulas – IN PROGRESS
- Evaluation of a psycho-educational group for patients with inflammatory bowel disease – Salford Royal NHS Trust – IN PROGRESS
- Developing a low food-additive-emulsifier diet as a new approach to managing Crohn’s Disease – King’s College London – IN PROGRESS
- Identifying the genetic determinants of thiopurine toxicity – University of Exeter Medical School – IN PROGRESS
- New mobile app to assess quality of life in patients with perianal and fistulating Crohn’s – IN PROGRESS
- Pilot study of patient directed monitoring of Crohn’s disease using Faecal Calprotectin – IN PROGRESS
- Does the relationship between bacteria and fungi in the gut play a role in causing Crohn’s – IN PROGRESS
- Does the gut handling bacteria in an abnormal way lead to Crohn’s
- Sarcopenia as a predictor of Anti-TNF response in Crohn’s disease
- Blood tests to measure the levels of adalimumab and infliximab and antibodies to these drugs in the blood
- Optimising outcomes following surgery in Crohn’s Disease
- The Role of Vitamin D in Crohn’s Disease (Part 2)
- Optimising Thiopurine Therapy in Inflammatory Bowel Disease: A Search for Biomarkers Predicting Thiopurine Hypermethylation
- The impact of group psychotherapy in young adults with Crohn’s Disease