Science Market Update

Alabama 13 Top NIH Funded  Projects

Posted by BCI Staff on Fri, Jun 29, 2018

 

Looking to see where the NIH funding is at University of Alabama?  The following is a list of 13 projects that have over $1Million of funding from the NIH.

Project Title   amt funded
UAB CENTER FOR CLINICAL AND TRANSLATIONAL SCIENCE (CCTS)   $7,829,707
ANTIVIRAL DRUG DISCOVERY AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER - OVERALL   $7,112,904
COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTER CORE SUPPORT GRANT   $5,104,077
UNSOLICITED R24 CFAR NETWORK OF CLINICAL SYSTEMS (CNICS)   $4,449,941
MID-SOUTH TRANDISCIPLINARY COLLABORATIVE CENTER FOR HEALTH DISPARITIES RESEARCH   $3,000,000
VIRUS-INDUCED CELL FATE DECISIONS IN ANTI-VIRAL IMMUNITY   $2,571,328
GENETICALLY-ENGINEERED PIG ORGAN TRANSPLANTATION INTO NON-HUMAN PRIMATES   $2,429,398
INTEGRATING NOVEL MECHANISMS CONTROLLING SODIUM EXCRETION AND BLOOD PRESSURE $2,364,776
MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY AND LEAD DEVELOPMENT CORE   $2,328,415
THERAPEUTIC TARGETING OF THE MYOFIBROBLAST IN FIBROTIC LUNG DISEASE   $1,956,371
RXR REXINOIDS FOR CANCER CHEMOPREVENTION   $1,770,718
RETT SYNDROME; MECP2 DUPLICATIONS; AND RETT-RELATED DISORDERS NATURAL HISTORY   $1,250,000

MULTICENTER OSTEOARTHRITIS STUDY 

  $1,029,361

 

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UAB’s Expanding Research Marketplace

Federally funded research expenditures at the University of Alabama, Birmingham, have been on the rise in the past few years. UAB reported that it’s life science research expenditures reached over $472M last year.

400 Million Dollar Research Marketplace

The Kaul Foundation gifted $7 million to the University of Alabama at Birmingham to establish the Hugh Kaul Personalized Medicine Institute. This institute will house both researchers and clinicians working on interdisciplinary programs aimed at discovering new knowledge in fields such as cardiovascular disease, transplantation, cancer, diabetes, infectious diseases, immunology, and neuroscience

Key Stats:

  • 2016 Life Science R&D Expenditures: 29th Ranked = $472,114,000.
  • The NIH awarded the University of Alabama $238,461,007in life science research funding in 2016.
  • The University of Alabama at Birmingham Comprehensive Cancer Center has received a five-year, $29 million grant to renew support for its cancer research program.
  • The UAB Center for Clinical and Translational Science received over $8 million from the NIH in 2017. The center has received over $25 million since 2015.
  • The University of Alabama at Birmingham Comprehensive Transplant Institute was awarded a five-year, $19.5 million grant to accelerate research on genetically modified kidney transplants

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