Lab suppliers interested in marketing life science solutions and increasing laboratory sales leads may want to take a closer look at the research being conducted at Ohio State University and the school’s wealth of research funding. The school is renowned for its powerhouse research programs where investigators have more than $185 million in internal and external funding. According to the Ohio State University website, the NIH ranked the school 10th in total expenditures for public and private universities, including expenditures in the health sciences, and second in industry-sponsored research.
Ohio State University has a number of research centers within its school of medicine. Some of these areas of specialization include biostatistics, critical care, microbial interface biology, minimally invasive surgery, clinical diabetes research, cancer research, a transplant center, a comprehensive wound center, oncology, lung research, and a geriatrics and gerontology center.
According to the school’s Statistical Summary, Ohio State University expects a total income of $5.22 billion dollars in 2013, while their expected expenditures are $5.15 billion. The school expects to spend $436 million on separately budged research and $2.4 billion on their health system. Between the years 2011 and 2012, Ohio State University had 211,800 donors who gave $335.9 million in funding to the school.
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The Columbus Dispatch recently reported that Ohio State University was awarded $8.7 million by government funding organizations for algae-related research. Ohio State University received $7 million from the U.S. Department of Energy for projects focused on using waste water to grow algae biofuels. Researchers also received $1.5 million from the NSF to investigate the ecosystem effects of hazardous algae on Lake Erie.
Lab suppliers trying to generate laboratory sales leads and learn about life science sales and marketing opportunities at Ohio State University may be interested to know that the school received $186.4 million in research funding from the NSF and NIH in 2012. Of the $44.2 million in NSF funding, $6.9 million went towards researching life science solutions. Ohio State University also received $142.2 million in research funding from the NIH in 2012.
Given the groundbreaking research being conducted at Ohio State University and the school’s wealth of research funding, lab suppliers may be interested in marketing their life science solutions and increasing laboratory sales leads at Biotechnology Calendar, Inc.’s life science sales and marketing event this August. The Columbus BioResearch Product Faire™ Event will be held on the Ohio State University campus on August 8, 2013. Last year, 280 attendees visited the Columbus BioResearch Product Faire™ Event, of which 186 were purchasing agents, professors and post docs, and 31 were lab managers. The attendees represented 35 different research buildings and 55 departments across campus.
Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. is a full-service science research marketing and events-planning company that organizes life science sales and marketing events at top research institutions across the country. If you’re interested in marketing your life science solutions and increasing laboratory sales leads at a school closer to home, we encourage you to view our 2013 calendar of events. For more information on the Columbus BioResearch Product Faire™ Event, or get detailed funding statistics for Ohio State University, click on the button below.