If your company sells lab research products, and you have not yet met the top funded research community at U PENN, then consider participating in the May 11, 2017 UPENN BioResearch Product FaireTM Event. This event provides your company with the opportunity to meet over 350 well funded researchers who are actively seeking new and more efficient equipment, supplies and lab services. With over $500 Million in NIH funding alone and hundred of researchers attending the event, it does not take long to reach- maybe exceed your lab product sales goals.
: 10th Ranked = $680,065,000 
Recent NIH Funding: $457,976,530 
A $27 million Center for Advanced Cellular Therapies recently opened at the UPenn Medical Campus. 24,000 sq ft of the facility will be dedicated to research laboratories and cell therapy manufacturing. 
The University of Pennsylvania received a $24 million, five-year grant to establish a Science and Technology Center (STC) focused on researching the way cells exert and are influenced by the physical forces in their environment. 
$10 million has been invested in the University of Pennsylvania over the next five years by the March of Dimes to establish a multidisciplinary Prematurity Research Center. 
The Abramson Cancer Center received nearly $8 million to support ongoing cancer research projects. 
The NIH awarded medical researchers at the University of Pennsylvania $7.5 million, over the next five years, to expand an HIV study looking into new gene therapy approaches to combat the affected immune cells in HIV+ patients. 
Grants of $4.2 million and $2.1 million were given to Penn researchers to support research on the genetics of Alzheimer's disease. 
A $5.2 million, seven-year grant was awarded to Penn Medicine to study the cellular and molecular mechanisms that promote lung regeneration. 
Penn Medicine received a $4.4 million award, over four years, to understand the causes behind obesity and improve treatments for obesity and its many related health problems. 
The Perelman School of Medicine at UPenn has been awarded a $3 million grant to study possible links between liver cancer and HIV. 
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