RMM Grants Awarded

See where grants have been awarded across Minnesota.
Anna Wirta Kosobuski
Encourage Native American youth to achieve high school graduation and pursue post-­secondary education in order to secure a future career in…
2018-2019
Arthur E. Warrington, PhD
A natural human antibody designed to enhance brain and spinal cord remyelination is presently in clinical trial in patients with multiple sclerosis…
2019-2021
Erik Finger, MD, PhD
One potential cure for diabetes is the transplantation of pancreatic islets—insulin secreting clusters of cells that reside within the pancreas.…
2019-2021
Deborah Ferrington, PhD
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a chronic disease that causes central vision loss and affects one's ability to read, drive, and recognize…
2019-2021
Veena Taneja, PhD
We have generated a novel expeditious model of cigarette smoke-induced COPD in mice that expresses human immune genes and mimics human immune…
2019-2021
Bhairab Singh, PhD
Cardiovascular disease in the number one cause of death worldwide and it is the most common cause of death in the United States. This grant…
2019-2021
Jacob Montgomery, PhD
Spinal cord injury often leads to loss of function below the injury, greatly reducing patient life expectancy and quality and, because the human…
2019-2021
Mi-Hyeon Jang, PhD
In the United States, cognitive dysfunction stemming from chemotherapy (chemobrain) is a major adverse condition affecting approximately 14 million…
2019-2021
Wenqian Hu, PhD
A major problem in leukemia treatment is the rise of drug-resistant mutations in the genome of cancer cells, which makes many well-designed cancer…
2019-2021
Leigh Griffiths, DVM, PhD
Minnesota Department of Health statistics indicate that almost 100,000 Minnesotan’s are currently affected by ischemic heart disease (IHD),…
2019-2021
Jonathan Finnoff, DO
Musculoskeletal injuries and diseases are the main cause of disability in the U.S. Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is defined as an autologous blood…
2019-2021
LaTonya Hickson, MD
Diabetic kidney disease (DKD) is the most common cause of kidney failure in the U.S. and has no adequate cure. Mesenchymal stromal cell (MSC)…
2019-2021