$297 Million Research Marketplace
Florida State University is home to more than 50 research centers and institutes.
2018 Life Science R&D Expenditures: $54,515,000
2020 NIH Funding: $34,504,124
FSU received $2M in 2020 from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, to study individual and combined effects of 2 evidence-based interventions for children diagnosed with Autism. The project has received $8.3M in funding since 2017.
Researchers at FSU received over $1M from the NIH in 2020 to advance Nuclear magnetic resonance technology, to develop new tools for biomedical science. The project has received $5.6M in funding since 2017.
FSU Received $670k in 2019 from NIAID to research the cell division machinery of Mycobacteria tuberculosis, with the goal of identifying potential drug targets in the treatment of tuberculosis. The project has received over $3.5M in funding since 2015.
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