Most Recent NIH Funding: $334,644,691
Emory University was awarded $9.7M to develop drugs to treat infections caused by emerging and man-made viral threats.
The NIH awarded Emory University a 5-year, $9 million grant to study Fragile X syndrome and its associated disorders and to develop more effective treatments.
The NIH awarded Emory University researchers $7.2 million over the next 5 years to identify new protein based targets for Alzheimer's Disease.
$6.4 million to support malaria research aimed at enhancing resilience.
A team of Emory researchers received a $5.2 million, five year grant to study the link between Alzheimer's disease and blood pressure regulation.
$5 million grant for medication-resistant temporal lobe epilepsy.
Emory University Researchers say:
"I liked the new technologies and found helpful solutions."
"I liked that the show was open, had variety and was casual and the samples were great."
"I found a microscope vendor."
Researchers from Emory Area are Invited to:
Network with other researchers and outside science professionals.
Connect with industry professionals to get answers to you research technology questions.
Establish new contacts and maintain and grow existing professional relationships.
Lab Supply Companies also invited:
Demonstrate Your Research Products at the BioResearch Product Faire™ BioResearch Product Faire™ Event held at Emory University
This year, the BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at Emory University is expected to draw over 250 top tier active researchers. Typically at Emory we expect to see 65 PhD’s; lab managers; and PI’s coming from 17 different research buildings and 25 on-campus departments, along with nearly 200 hands on research professionals. If you have products, or services that will help these researchers with ongoing programs your company is invited to register to participate in this event.
Emory University Exhibitors say:
"Higher attendance than expected and solid leads."
“Well organized, friendly environment, successful overall."
"Very pleasantly surprised at turn out.’
“Happy to see so many people.”
“Well organized. “
“Look forward to the next conference."