There are currently 270,000 Canadians living with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), and the scientific community expects this number to rise to 400,000 by 2030. With this in mind, Crohn's and Colitis Canada proudly funds Canadian research that will help address the challenges that lay ahead for Canadians and our healthcare system.
We highlight below how your generous support leads to scientific advancements. From research milestones met by Crohn’s and Colitis Canada researchers, to an overview of our current research investments, and an examination of the overall impact of IBD in Canada. Read on to learn more.
Here we share published news, presentations, and journal articles that delve into recent findings and ongoing research from projects led by researchers supported by Crohn’s and Colitis Canada. What you see here is just the beginning of more stories and articles to come.
Our Annual Research Report
From undergraduate students to seasoned investigators, we support researchers through all stages of their careers. Each year, Crohn’s and Colitis Canada funds a number of cutting-edge research projects by providing grants to Canada's best and brightest researchers.
We are proud to share how your donor dollars make a difference and release an annual research report to highlight the new and ongoing projects we supported over the past year.
Read our 2020 Research Report
Read past Research Reports
The Impact of IBD in Canada Report
The 2018 Impact of Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Canada report is the first wide-ranging examination of the disease and its impact on Canada since 2012. In the six years elapsed between the reports, researchers have uncovered new findings about the disease, the people who live with it, and how Canada can take strides to improve care. Those discoveries are presented in the latest report, which serves as a comprehensive, data-laden resource about the impact Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis have across the country.
This is a report from the scientific community to Crohn’s and Colitis Canada, and the information and recommendations put forth by its authors inform our efforts to improve outcomes for people living with Crohn’s or colitis.
To see key findings and access the full report click here