The University of Arizona, Tucson is known as a leader in research, bringing more than $588 million in research investment each year, and ranking 33rd among all public universities. Recently, the National Cancer Institute awarded the University of Arizona a $1.59 million life science grant to study methods of combating drug resistance in lymphoma treatments.
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- UAZ received a $6.1M grant to advance arthritis research.
- The university received a $6M grant from Fondation Leducq, to better understand how the heart deals with mechanical stress under healthy conditions and in the case of a defect.
- Researchers at the university received a $2.5M NIH grant to support their lab research on the mechanisms behind the sensation of chronic pain.
- The CDC awarded UAZ $2M to further autism research.
- A $1.5M gift was awarded the university to support fat tissue disorder research.
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