Duke University recently received a $28 million grant from the NIH for immunologic research directed at tackling major scientific problems that hinder the development of an effective HIV-1 vaccine. This is only one of many top dollar grants received by the university, which ranks 8th in the nation for total research and development expenditures. $950 million of the $1.1 billion in funding Duke receives goes directly into Life Science research.
2017 Life Science R&D Expenditures: $950,245,000
Ranked 4th for Life Science R&D Expenditures
2018 NIH Funding: $475,338,515
The Center for HIV/AIDS Vaccine Immunology and Immunogen Discovery at Duke University received over $28 million in 2018 from NIH, $204.7 million total since 2012. The Center is aimed at finding a cure for HIV/AIDS.
Duke University received almost $16 million in 2018 from NIH to fund research into the impact of environmental exposure on pediatric health. The project has received $48.9 million in NIH funds since 2016.
Duke received $10 million in 2019 from NIAID for the Antibacteria Resistance Leadership Group (ARLG), which will design and implement research into mitigating bacteria resistance factors. ARLG has received over $64 million from NIAID since 2013.
Duke Scientific Sales and Networking Opportunities
Last year, the BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at Duke University attracted 275 attendees, of which 75 were professors, post docs and purchasing agents. Of the total attendees 48 were lab managers. The balance were research associates and postgraduate students.
We invite you to join other top lab suppliers in bringing the best new tools and technologies to Durham-area researchers at the Duke University BioResearch Product Faire™ events.
“I am impressed at the good turn out and quality leads that this show has generated. The researchers were engaging and interested in my products and services. Equally impressed with the event staff. They go out of their way to assist you with anything.” - S. C., Exhibitor, Duke University BCI event
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