Did you know that the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor is a $1 billion research marketplace?Read More
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The fields of neuroscience and neurobiology are important and highly-researched disciplines, that deal with many subjects related to the study of the brain and nervous system. Much of the world's leading research is conducted at universities across the U.S., including in molecular psychology, neuronal function, neurology, neuronal development, and cellular and molecular neuroscience.Read More
Are you a working life science researcher at the University of Michigan, or in the Ann Arbor area? Do you regularly make use of laboratory equipment and supplies? Would you like to find the latest biotechnologies and lab supplies in one place, on your own-campus, while enjoying complimentary catering and receiving free merchandise?Read More
The University of Michigan in Ann Arbor is one of the most highly subsidized research institutions in the nation that has over $787M in annual life science R&D expenditures.Read More
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Every year, over $30 billion in research funding is distributed by the National Institutes of Health to medical institutions, universities and learning centers around the globe.Read More
Last week the University of Michigan announced a plan to establish a new 7,800-square-foot Emergency Critical Care Center, or EC3, through close partnerships between the University of Michigan Health System’s adult emergency department and ICU teams. This $7 million EC3 is designed to ensure patients a smoother transition from emergency rooms to other critical care units.
The Michigan Life Science Corridor is a life science research consortium based at four Michigan universities: Michigan State University, the University of Michigan, the Van Andel Institute in Grand Rapids, and Wayne State University. It was established in 1999 with a $1 billion state tobacco lawsuit settlement and provided a network of advanced technology laboratories for academic researchers. The state of Michigan plans to award $50 million annually for the next 20 years to the consortium to continue to accelerate life science research and cutting edge discoveries.
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