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Meet Face-to-Face with Life Science Researchers at Stony Brook

Posted by Jennifer Nieuwkerk on Wed, Sep 24, 2014

Located 60 miles east of New York City, Stony Brook University’s scenic 1,039-acre campus is located in Stony Brook, NY on Long Island. The university has been educating students and sponsoring innovative studies by life science researchers since 1957. Having both educated and employed powerful research scientists, Stony Brook is a well-known yet relatively untapped market for lab suppliers.

Stony Brook’s quality educators have made it possible for the university to be ranked in the top 1 percent of the world’s higher education institutions by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings. You may be wondering if Stony Brook is a market worth investing the effort in to market your biotech solutions. Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. encourages you to read on to learn more about over $99 million in research expenditures.



Stony Brook University life science marketing event


A university’s research expenditures are a reliable way to gauge the value of a marketplace. This data is not always accessible, but these statistics for Stony Brook were recently made available and show that Stony Brook University receives and spends millions of dollars in the form of life science research grants. Consider the following 2014 research expenditures:

  • $86,088,370 in total expenditures for Medicine
  • $5,828,370 in total expenditures for Health Sciences
  • $8,086,028 in total expenditures for Biomedical Engineering and Center for Biotechnology
  • $197,283 in total expenditures for Biomedical Informatics
  • $4,991,092 in total expenditures for Neurobiology & Behavior
  • $6,817,888 in total expenditures for Biochemistry & Cell Biology


Stony Brook University also receives outside funding to help life science researchers conduct pioneering work in a number of scientific fields. So far in 2014, the National Institutes of Health have given Stony Brook $43.9 million, while in 2013, the National Science Foundation gave Stony Brook $26.5 million. In 2013, Stony Brook received $51 million from the NIH and was ranked among the top 100 schools receiving the most funding from this organization. Additionally, Stony Brook’s 2012 life science R&D expenditures totaled $99.2 million.

Taking advantage of the funding within this active research marketplace is as easy as exhibiting at the BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at Stony Brook University. Exhibiting at Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. life science marketing events gives you the benefit of meeting face-to-face with engaged researchers interested in learning about your biotech solutions. At last year’s Stony Brook event, 220 professionals were in attendance. Of these attendees, 92 were qualified leads such as purchasing agents, professors, post docs and lab managers. Nineteen different research buildings and 46 on campus departments were represented at this event.

Don’t miss the opportunity to increase sales for your biotech solutions within a well-connected research market. If you would like to meet face-to-face with life science researchers at Stony Brook University, Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. invites you to exhibit at the BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at Stony Brook University on October 2nd, 2014.

For more information on life science marketing events in other U.S. regions, see the 2015 calendar of events. Click on the button below for in-depth funding statistics and event information for Stony Brook University. 


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