Market to a Well-Funded Research University
The National Institutes of Health has awarded a new five-year, $51 million grant to a team of Georgia research universities to further advance clinical and translational science.
2016 Life Science R & D Expenditures: 52nd Ranked: $253,828,000
2017 NIH Funding: $53,956,364
The Commit to Georgia fundraising campaign has raised over $680M since 2012 for education, scholarships and research at UGA. The campaign is on track to meet its $1.2B goal by 2020.
UGA administrators plan to use $10 million to modernize the old labs in UGA’s chemistry and biology buildings, both first occupied in 1960. The renovated labs will primarily become facilities for faculty research and are expected to be ready for operation summer 2016.
The University of Georgia, Athens is in its third year of a five-year, $7 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to research the processes of Glycan formation and it's involvement in disease development with the aim of discovering new therapeutics.
Demonstrate Your Research Products at this Georgia Event
Last year, the BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at The University of Georgia, Athens attracted 138 attendees, of which 26 were professors and post docs. Of the total attendees 19 were lab managers. The balance were research associates and postgraduate students.
We invite you to be a part of this thriving research market and participate in our annual BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at UGA.
“The BCI event at the University of Georgia offers our company a great opportunity to interact with potential customers and generate sales leads. After seeing the results from our first time exhibiting, we have been back every year and plan on continuing to attend.” - D. P., Exhibitor, University of Georgia BCI event