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The University of Massachusetts, Amherst ranks third in Massachusetts for research funding from the National Science Foundation, behind only MIT and Harvard University.
2018 Total R&D Expenditures: $211,140,000
2018 Life Science R&D Expenditures: $66,052,000
2020 NIH Funding: $35,034,877
UMass researchers Kim Tremblay and Jesse Mager were awarded $6.2M in 2020 by the NIH, to study stages of embryo development in mice with essential genes knocked out.
Researchers at UMass received $1.1M in 2020 from the National Institute of Neurological Disorder and Stoke, to examine the mechanisms in a small brain that translate decision into action, and how those processes are affected by the addition of new neurons into circuits. The project has received $3.4M in funding since 2018.
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We invite you to join us at our upcoming Amherst event to connect with leading researchers at this institution.