Washington University, St. Louis researchers have recently received $60M to study the genetics of common diseases.
Washington University in St. Louis is a multi-million dollar research institution.
In the 2015 fiscal year, the university received more than $378 million in funding from the NIH, and so far in 2016 the university has already received $39.2 million from the NIH. Research projects at the university benefiting from this funding include:
- WUSTL Chemist Introduces Targeted Antibiotic in Response to Iraqi Superbug
- $13.7M Awarded to St. Louis Researchers to develop Multiple Myeloma Treatments
- WUSTL Opens New Regenerative Medicine Research Center
Interested in a scientific sales opportunity that can help you market your lab products and supplies to active life science researchers in the well-funded Washington University marketplace? If so, exhibit at the BioResearch Product Faire™ Event in St. Louis in 2016. This event brings together 300+ life science suppliers with researchers, PI's, grad students, lab managers, professors, purchasing agents and other lab staff interested in finding the best and newest equipment and technologies to use in their lab.
Lab suppliers who attend this premiere event are able to:
- Discuss tools and technologies with purchasing agents and end users to help them learn why your products are most beneficial to their research.
- Discover new quality leads in one place in only a few hours.
- Increase brand exposure in the St. Louis academic marketplace.
The 2016 event in St. Louis will be held on:
April 13, 2016 - 17th Annual BioResearch Product Faire™ Event
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