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BioResearch Product Faire™
The University of Alabama

Reaching $602 Million Research Funding

The University of Alabama at Birmingham Comprehensive Transplant Institute was awarded a five-year, $19.5 million, grant  to accelerate research that will hopefully lead to genetically modified kidney transplants.

 

Key Stats:


  • FY19-20 Research Funding: $602M
  • NIH Support in FY19-20: $38M Increase in to $358M
  • 37 Licenses and 15 Patents Issued in FY2019
  • UAB is Among the 1st in the U.S. to Offer Clinical Trial for the Treatment of Patients wth Severe COVID-19 Using Nitric Oxide
  • The UAB Antiviral Drug Discovery and Development Center has received $15.5 million since 2018 to develop potential new drugs to treat infections such as West Nile and Dengue.

  • The UAB Center for Clinical and Translational Science has received $14.6 million in NIH funding since 2018.

 

Meet Face-to-Face with Hundreds of Researchers

Last year, the BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at the University of Alabama attracted 203 attendees. Of these attendees, 48 were purchasing agents, professors and post docs, and 45 were lab managers. These attendees came from 18 different research buildings and 32 on-campus departments.

Will you take advantage of our Birmingham life science event opportunity and get to know this well-funded research market?

University of Alabama - Birmingham, Alabama
 
This show exceeded my expectations for service to exhibitors, customer traffic and number of quality leads. Very professional and caring staff that knows what they are doing. There was not a bad seat in the house; all vendors were in a good location. Thank you" - D. T., Exhibitor, University of Alabama BCI event

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