Georgetown University Medical Center is a leading research institution with over $100 million in annual research funding and R&D expenditures. Various research facilities at Georgetown University, including the Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, are home to more than 400 scientists, educators, and life science professionals.
Georgetown University and its associated facilities receive hundreds of millions of dollars annually in grants, awards and donations from the NIH, NSF, and other private and public donors. A significant portion of this funding is earmarked for biotechnology and lab supplies that help researchers further their important work every day.
Active research fields at Georgetown include: biochemistry and molecular biology, cell biology, chemistry, endocrinology, microbiology and immunology, medicine, neuroscience, oncology, pathology, pharmacology, physics and biophysics.
Take a closer look at recent Georgetown University research projects:
Researchers at Georgetown University Medical Center are active and well funded, with over 300 active clinical research projects and trials in the fields of cancer, neuroscience, child health and development, and global health.
Key funding statistics from Georgetown University:
- Georgetown University’s 2012 Life Science R & D Expenditures exceeded $150M.
- Georgetown received $46 million in NIH Funding for 2014. Departments that received large portions of this funding include:
o Medicine and Internal Medicine: $32M
o Biochemistry: $2M
o Neurosciences: $2M
o Pathology: $1M
o Biology: $1M
Biotechnology and lab suppliers who want to promote their products to Washington, D.C. area researchers will be attending the 16th Annual BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at Georgetown University on May 1st, 2015.
This annual event brings together researchers from Georgetown University and nearby research facilities to meet and investigate the latest biotech and lab supplies.
Last year, the BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at Georgetown University attracted attendees from 9 different research buildings and 18 on-campus departments, including purchasing agents, post-docs and lab managers.
For more information on accessing the Georgetown life science marketplace by promoting your products at this popular event, click below:
Exhibit spaces are going fast so early registration is advised.
For a full schedule of 2015 Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. Events, click here: