2022 ACG Junior Faculty Development Grant
The ACG Junior Faculty Development Award is a three-year award, newly increased to $450,000, designed to support a junior faculty member of outstanding promise to establish an independent, productive career in gastroenterology or hepatology. This award of $150,000 per year for each of three years provides salary support for protected time to young investigators at critical points in their career development.
University of Texas Southwestern
Survivorship After Liver Transplantation: Mapping Phenotypes to Identify At‐Risk Survivors Needing Intervention
Massachusetts General Hospital
Prevention of Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Unaffected First‐Degree Relatives
University of Michigan
The Application of Artificial Intelligence, Bedside Monitoring, and Patient Reported Outcomes to Improve Patient Safety and Symptom Relief after Paracentesis
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Harvard Medical School
Heterogeneity and Clinical Significance of Mast Cells in Celiac Disease and other Gluten Related Disorders
2022 ACG Health Equity Research Award
The Health Equity Research Award is a new award category offered this year, it is a one-year award, totaling $50,000, to support actionable science that will translate to reducing health and/or healthcare disparities, thereby promoting health equity.
Baylor College of Medicine
Improving Outcomes Among Mexican and Central American Patients with NAFLD
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
A Pilot Video Intervention to Decrease Fear of Colonoscopy in a Safety‐net Healthcare System
2022 ACG/ASGE Epidemiologic Research Award in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
The new joint ACG/ASGE Epidemiologic Research Award in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy supports up to $50,000 for research projects involving the use and outcomes of gastrointestinal (GI) endoscopy using the GI Quality Improvement Consortium (GIQuIC).
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Assessing Variability in Polypectomy Practices and Post‐Polypectomy Adverse Events Among US Endoscopists: Towards Defining Metrics for Polypectomy Quality
2022 ACG Clinical Research Awards
Each year, the Institute offers Clinical Research Awards, in the amount of $50,000 for original clinical research. In 2022, 5 investigators were funded.
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals and University of Sheffield
Randomized Trial: Effectiveness and Acceptability of Dietary Therapies in Functional Dyspepsia
Cedars‐Sinai Medical Center
Thinking Outside the Bowel: The Prognostic Potential of the Mesentery for Post‐Operative Recurrence in Crohn’s Disease
Columbia University Medical Center
How the Brain and the Gut Determine Post‐COVID‐19 Irritable Bowel Syndrome
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Risk of Skin Cancer with Novel Biologic Therapies in Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Columbia University Irving Medical Center
The Gut Microbiome in Hepatocellular Carcinoma
*ACG/BMS Clinical Research Award
Bristol Myers Squibb (BMS) has provided unrestricted support to the ACG Institute for Clinical Research and Education. In recognition, the ACG/BMS Clinical Research Award is designated after the ACG Research Committee has made its grant decisions and the awardees have accepted.
2022 ACG Clinical Research Award Pilot Grant Recipients
Each year, the Institute offers Clinical Research Pilot Awards, in the amount of $15,000 for original clinical research. In 2022, 3 investigators were funded.
University of Michigan
Evaluating the Value and Use of GI OnDEMAND: A Pilot Study of a Digital Nutrition Intervention
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Muscular Ultrasonography as a New Measure of Sarcopenia and Malnutrition in Children
Baylor Scott and White
Impact of Biofilms and Microbial Composition on Cancer Outcomes in Early Onset Colorectal Cancer
2022 Medical Resident Clinical Research Award
The ACG Medical Resident Clinical Research Award is a one-year award in the amount of $10,000 for original clinical research. For 2022, 5 investigators were funded. This award separately supports travel to the ACG Annual Scientific Meeting.
SUNY Downstate Medical Center
Detection of Circulating Tumor DNA from Colorectal Cancer Patient Sera Using Primer Extension PCR
Deep Learning System for Differentiation of Malignant from Benign Lymph Nodes on EUS Staging of Esophageal Cancer: A Pilot Study
Ochsner LSU Health Shreveport
Incidence and Predictors of Barrett’s Esophagus after a Negative Index Endoscopic Evaluation: An Analysis using the GIQuIC Database
University of Cincinnati Medical Center
Modeling Viral Replication in Vitro Using Human Liver Organoids Derived from Human Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells: A Pilot Study to Determine the Effects of Sex on NTCP Receptor Expression
University of Toronto
The Impact of Maternal Disease on Human Milk Oligosaccharide Expression and Neonatal Outcomes in Pregnant Women with IBD
2022 Medical Student Research Award
The ACG Medical Student Research Award is an award for first, second or third year medical students, of up to $5,000 for a 6-10 week summer research project in gastroenterology or hepatology. For 2022, 3 medical students were funded. This award separately supports travel to the ACG Annual Scientific Meeting.
Washington State University Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine
A Single‐center Study Evaluating the Demographic Features, Diagnostic Work‐Up, Management, Health Outcomes, and ICD‐10 Diagnostic Accuracy of Irritable Bowel Syndrome in a Veteran Population
David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Using Telehealth to Improve the Quality of Care Delivered to Veterans with Chronic Hepatitis B Infection
The Robert Larner, M.D. College of Medicine at the University of Vermont
State and County‐level Prevalence and Forecasting of Chronic Liver Disease in the United States