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BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at
the University of South Florida
 

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The University of South Florida received nearly $100 million in life science research funding from the National Institute of Health in 2015.

Key Stats:

 

  • 2016 Life Science R & D Expenditures: 43rd Ranked = $306,387,000

  • 2017 NIH Funding: $112,931,906

  • The University of South Florida in Tampa is expanding, this $153 million project with the current construction of the new Morsani College of Medicine and Heart Institute, which began in late 2017.

  • In 2015, a USF diabetes researcher was awarded 8 NIH grants totaling $64 million to further his team's investigation into the mechanisms of autoimmunity and disease progression in Type 1 diabetes.

  • The TEDDY study (The Environmental Determinants of Diabetes in the Young), headed by USF professor Jeffrey Krischer, has been awarded a $23.9 million NIH grant. 

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Opportunities at University of South Florida are Expanding

Last year, the BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at the University of South Florida attracted a total of

107 attendees, of which 20 were professors and post docs.  Of the total attendees 23 were lab managers.

These attendees came from 21 different research buildings and 22 on-campus departments. 

 

Market your latest offerings to the research industry and help Tampa researchers find the tools they need to advance their research endeavors. 

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"The BioResearch Product Show was the most diverse and informative vendor show. It was great to learn about all the new products." - C. K., University of South Florida BCI event

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