Foundation for the National Institutes of Health$1,500 through May, 2017
to fund MS research at the Translational Neuroradiology Unit of NINDs.
National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Southern California & Nevada Chapter$1,350,000 through June, 2019
for continuing support of the flagship Marilyn Hilton MS Achievement Center at UCLA.
Mercy Foundation$750,000 through July, 2019
for continued support of the MS Achievement Center serving the Sacramento and Northern California region.
National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Southern California & Nevada Chapter$50,000 through April, 2017
to support the International Progressive MS Alliance convening.
American Academy of Neurology Institute$525,000 through April, 2021
to address the growing shortage of neurologists by encouraging medical students to enter the field of neurology.
The Regents of the University of California$2,070,000 through November, 2018
to support the UCLA MS Research & Treatment Program's ongoing work of establishing a disability specific pipeline to develop generic, inexpensive neuroprotective drugs to halt progression of specific disabilities related to Multiple Sclerosis.
New York Stem Cell Foundation, Inc.$200,000 through December, 2016
to support research towards treatments and a cure for multiple sclerosis.
Washington University$900,000 through December, 2019
to utilize the gradient echo plural contract imaging technique to detect and measure evolution of progressive MS.
Oregon Health and Science University$900,000 through December, 2019
to utilize magnetic resonance imaging techniques to map human brain metabolic activity in Multiple Sclerosis and determine if metabolic deficits predict brain tissue loss.
Winthrop University Hospital Association$440,000 through June, 2017
to develop a minimally invasive DNA-based biomarker assay for the detection of cell loss in autoimmune diseases.
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This amount represents total giving towards preventing avoidable sight loss from cataracts and blinding trachoma.About Program
This amount represents total giving towards building a global Catholic sisterhood to advance human development.About Program
This amount represents total giving towards childhood development initiatives.
This amount represents total giving toward achieving healthy and productive lives for transition age youth in foster care.About Program
This amount represents total giving towards ending chronic homelessness in Los Angeles County.About Program
This amount represents total giving towards providing opportunities for youth.
This amount represents total giving towards non-priority grantmaking which includes small and matching discretionary grant programs for board members, staff and members of the Hilton family.
This amount represents total giving towards Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize laureates.About Hilton Humanitarian Prize
This amount represents total giving towards increasing access to safe water for vulnerable and disadvantaged communities.About Program
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