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Last year the BioResearch Product Faire™ event at the Armory Track & Field Center (adjacent to Columbia University) saw over 440 on-campus attendees. Considering that Columbia is consistently ranked as one of the top five universities in the nation according to US News & World Report, it provides fantastic opportunities for exhibitors to meet with top ranked researchers.Read More
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Two genes, FOXM1 and CENPF, have been found to work together and drive the progression of the most lethal forms of prostate cancer. New research from the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center at the Columbia University Medical Center suggests that neither gene alone significantly contributes to prostate cancer but when both genes are turned on, they work synergistically to activate pathways associated with the most aggressive form of the cancer.
Researchers at Columbia University recently received a $5.9 million grant from the NIH for the university’s Support the Implementation and Expansion of High-Quality HIV Care and Prevention program. According to the NIH RePORTER, the project leader is David Hoos, MD. Columbia University’s HIV Prevention and Treatment Research webpage says of their HIV prevention goals:
Biotechnology Calendar, Inc.’s three back-to-back New York life science marketing events are quickly approaching starting October 1st, 2013, and they are the perfect opportunities for lab suppliers to market their university lab equipment and life science solutions. Our New York life science marketing events attracted 850 attendees last year. Of the attendees, 216 were purchasing agents, professors and post docs, and 83 were lab managers. The visitors represented 63 different research buildings and 153 departments across the three campuses. How many days of canvassing campuses would it take to visit over 150 research departments? These three life science marketing events introduce lab suppliers to hundreds of leads over the space of a few hours in just three days.
According to the most recent NIH and NSF research funding statistics, lab suppliers and biotechnology vendors will find a well-funded market for life science sales at Columbia University. In 2012, Columbia University received $456.1 million from the NIH and NSF. The NIH alone gave the university $361.1 million. The funding went towards a vast number of life science research projects spread out over a variety of disciplines. Below is a list of the top-funded departments, the number of projects receiving research funding and the amount of funding received. For a full list of the departments receiving NIH funding at Columbia University, visit the NIH website.