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By identifying innovative pediatric advancements and providing funding in the critical phases of development, we are able to expedite high-impact breakthroughs that improve the health and lives of millions.
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Following up from our earlier partnership announcement, we are excited to share that Cures Within Reach has identified the top four finalists for funding under the pediatric-focused CureAccelerator Live! for Rare Diseases 2021 Competition: Ignacia Fuentes, PhD of DEBRA Chile Repurposing a Common Antioxidant Nutraceutical,...

Congratulations to PRI funding recipient Aldatu Biosciences for making steady progress in their important work to help better understand and control the COVID-19 pandemic. Most recently, the team has developed potentially game-changing technology to improve the tracking of variants. Read about this here and visit...

The Hood Foundation is honored to announce our most recent Child Health and Major Grant Award Recipients! With the utmost respect and appreciation for all of the highly qualified investigators who submitted proposals, as well as our wonderful Scientific Reviewers, we offer sincere congratulations to each...

As the ongoing pandemic continues to impact so many facets of daily life throughout the world, we recognize that new challenges and needs have arisen for the researchers and institutions receiving our funding and we remain dedicated to supporting them and their important work. Learn...

We are thrilled to support the work of Mesentech, Inc. in a new funding collaborative with CureDuchenne Ventures. Together, our PRI funding will support Mesentech's pediatric-first approach to developing its bone-targeting therapeutic, which can increase bone mass to strengthen the skeleton and holds promise for...

A new podcast has been launched by Hood PRI funding recipient Prapela, connecting with and sharing insights from leaders and researchers working on Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS). Access the podcast here and learn more about Prapela's work here....