Warner Laboratory Funding Sources

Brad WarnerBrad Warner, MD:

National Institutes of Health (RO1) – Angiogenesis in Intestinal Adaptation 

National Institutes of Health (RO1) – Bile acid metabolomics and metagenomics in short bowel syndrome

March of Dimes – The Intestinal Microbiome in Short Gut Syndrome 

Children’s Surgical Sciences Research Institute – Studies of Intestinal Adaptation 

The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital (Funding from Caden’s Carnival) – Molecular Genetic Analysis of Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia


Kristin SeilierKristen Seiler, MD:

Children’s Discovery Institute – Development of Patient-Derived Small Intestine “Organ-on-Chip” Microfluidic Devices 

Association for Academic Surgery – Research Fellowship in Basic Science/Translational

Washington University Department of Pediatrics (T32) - Training of the Pediatric Physician-Scientist

Other funding sources include:

Cathleen Courtney, MD - Children's Hope Foundation

Emily Onufer, MD - Washington University Department of Pediatric Gastroenterology (T32) - Pediatric Gastroenterology Research Training

Warner Lab

*Former funding sources include:

Brad Warner, MD – Washington University Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences – The Effect of Bowel Resection on the Gut Microbiome of Infants with NEC

Brad Warner, MD – National Institutes of Health (R21) – Transgenic Soybean Formula to Enhance Resection-Induced Intestinal Adaptation

Lauren Barron, MD – National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases – The Microbiome in Short Bowel Syndrome 

Jun Guo, PhD – University of California – San Francisco subcontract – Role of MFGE8 In Ameliorating Malabsorption in Small Bowel Syndrome