Rockefeller University is a well-funded research institution on the verge of expansion, with a new two-story, 160,000 square foot laboratory building priced at $240 million in the works, a new $25 million research fund established for new techniques in drug discovery and a recent NIH grant for researchers studying vaccine response totaling $2.4 million.
Thus far in 2014, the National Institutes of Health have awarded Rockefeller University $39.8 million in life science funding. For the convenience of our readers, we have put together a list of the best NIH-funded life science departments at Rockefeller University. For a full list of departments receiving NIH funding, please visit the NIH website.
2014 NIH Life Science Funding at Rockefeller University
- Anatomy/Cell Biology – Seven awards, $2.3 million
- Biochemistry – Three awards, $2.6 million
- Biology – 18 awards, $6.3 million
- Internal Medicine/Medicine – Two awards, $712,646
- Microbiology/Immunology/Virology – 14 awards, $5.2 million
- Neurology – Two awards, $552,935
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In 2013, the National Science Foundation also awarded Rockefeller University $925,952 in research funding. Rockefeller researchers have been recipients of numerous awards, including the Nobel Prize, the Albert Lasker Award and the National Medal of Science.
Rockefeller University is one of the most fiscally stable research institutions in the nation, with $1.7 billion in endowments and $276 million in life science R&D expenditures. Rockefeller University is also home to 73 cutting-edge laboratories conducting groundbreaking research in a number of science research fields. The most established research areas at Rockefeller University include:
- Chemical and Structural Biology
- Neurosciences and Behavior
- Genetics and Genomics
- Organismal Biology, Evolution, Ethology and Ecology
- Immunology, Virology and Microbiology
- Physical, Mathematical and Computational Biology
- Medical Sciences, Systems Physiology & Human Genetics
- Stem Cells, Development, Regeneration
- Molecular and Cell Biology
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