A recent three-year, $3 million grant from the National Institutes of Health has helped to solidify plans for the new Long Island Bioscience Hub (LIBH).Read More
“In 2007, the University of Alabama at Birmingham (DAB) and its affiliates completed three important, large- scale strategic planning efforts. Together, these processes generated a ‘blueprint for our research future’ that lays the foundation to transform our substantial clinical and translational research enterprise through integration and innovation across all disciplines, schools, and our health care system,” says the University of Alabama’s abstract for its Center for Clinical and Translational Science on the NIH RePORTER. The Center for Clinical and Translational Science received a $5.1 million award last year.
Researchers at Ohio State University received a $4.3 million Cancer Center Support Grant from the NIH this year. Led by Dr. Michael Caligiuri, the Ohio State Comprehensive Cancer Center is one of only 41 designated comprehensive cancer centers in the nation. According to the Ohio State University website, the Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute are focused on creating a better understanding of laboratory, clinical and population-based cancer research. Researchers at Ohio State University make it their goal to develop more effective approaches to cancer prevention, diagnosis and therapies.
Researchers at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and University of Washington Cancer Consortium recently received $9.8 million this year in the form of a Cancer Center Support Grant from the NIH. Corey Lawrence, President of Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, was also listed as the project’s leader. According to the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center website, Lawrence is an internationally respected expert in virology, immunology and vaccine development whose research focuses on herpes viruses, HIV and other viral infections, especially those connected with cancer.