Participate in the Booming Tucson Marketplace
Did you know that with nearly $300 million in annual R&D expenditures, the University of Arizona, Tucson is the state’s leading research university? The University of Arizona also provides the state a $2 billion boost every year and employees nearly 15,000 life science professionals.
Recent Key Stats:
UAZ received $11.5M in 2021 from NIH, for the "All of Us" research program. Congress has authorized $1.4 billion over 10 years for the NIH-led program, which will serve as a national research resource for a variety of health conditions by gathering data from 1 million volunteer participants.
University of Arizona has been awarded $43.3 million over five years to develop methods for specialized medical treatment. This grant is part of NIH's Precision Medicine Initiative Cohort Program.
The UA Cancer Center was awarded a five-year, $17.6 million Cancer Center Support Grant.
Demonstrate Your Research Products at this Virtual University of Arizona Event
Don’t miss your chance to market your life science solutions and products to Arizona researchers.