Science Market Update

Showcase Your Scientific Equipment at Georgetown Event: Space Limited

Posted by Amanda Caudill on Mon, Feb 03, 2014

Increasing research product sales and selling scientific equipment at Georgetown University is made easy by exhibiting with Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. The best way to boost your vendor show sales is to register for marketing events with one of the most established names in the life science marketing business: Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. has been organizing lab product expos at top-funded research marketplaces for over twenty years. Spaces for our Georgetown Event are limited, however, so make sure to register for this event soon. Currently, we have 9 spaces left.

Georgetown University is a profitable market for lab suppliers working to sell scientific equipment. In 2013, the National Institutes of Health awarded Georgetown University $47.9 million in science research funding. (NIH) To help you learn more about the funding available at Georgetown University, we have put together a list of the top 10 life science projects funded by the NIH over the past three years.

 

Washington D.C. BioResearch Product Faire™ Event

Washington D.C. BioResearch Product Faire™ Event

 

Top NIH-Funded Life Science Projects

  • Georgetown-Howard Universities Center for Clinical and Translational Science –  $6.4 million, 2013
  • Oxidative Stress in the Kidney in Hypertension – $1.9 million, 2013
  • Comparing Modeling Informing Breast Cancer Control Practice and Policy – $1.7 million, 2013
  • Georgetown University Lombardi Cancer Center Support Grant Competitive Renewal – $1.4 million, 2013
  • Integration of ER-Related Signaling in Breast Cancer – $1.3 million, 2013
  • Informatics Support Center for the Cancer Family Registries – $1.2 million, 2012
  • Center of Excellence for Health Disparities in the Nation’s Capital – $1.2 million, 2013
  • Validation of Promis in Diverse Cancer Populations – $1.1 million, 2012
  • Endocrine Responsiveness and Cellular Stress – $852,528
  • Novel Ligands that Selectively Desensitize Alpha4beta nAChRs for Smoking Cessatio – $813,169

Promising advances in scientific and medical knowledge take place on a daily basis in the labs of Georgetown researchers. Just recently, researchers at Georgetown University conducted a study that is the first to explain a common resistance to a certain type of malarial drug. Malaria killed more than 650,000 people in 2010. In many regions, resistance to malarial drugs accounts for a threat to more than half the world’s population. The researchers discovered that autophagy, a process by which cells remove damaged parts of themselves to regain normal function, was linked to resistance of malarial drugs.

“These results have important implications in the ongoing development of new antimalarial drug therapy,” said Paul Roepe, a Georgetown chemistry professor who wrote the study with colleagues at the University of Notre Dame and the University of Kentucky..  “We hope that by publishing this work in an open access journal, more researchers will access it and can expedite drug development.” (Georgetown)

 

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If you are interested in selling scientific equipment and increasing research product sales in Washington, D.C., Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. invites you to exhibit at the progressive Georgetown University science research marketplace. Our Washington D.C. BioResearch Product Faire™ Event will take place on March 12th, 2014. Boost your vendor show sales by exhibiting with the best. Spaces are selling out fast.

Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. is a full-service science research marketing and events-planning company that organizes life science marketing events at top research institutions across the country. If you are interested in increasing your vendor show sales and research product sales at events in another region, we encourage you to view our 2014 calendar of events. For more information on the Washington D.C. BioResearch Product Faire™ Event, or to get Georgetown funding statistics, click on the button below.

 

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Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. produces on-campus life science research tradeshows which connect scientists with the new technologies that support their research programs.

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