Connect with Researchers in this Billion Dollar Marketplace
Have you been looking for a valuable Michigan life science marketplace? If so, be sure to join us at the Virtual BioResearch Product Faire™ event for the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor this year.
The Back Pain Consortium Research Program (BACPAC) at the University of Michigan received $8.9M in 2019 from the NIH.
Plans for the construction of a $160 million pathology facility on UMich's north research campus are in the works. This building would add 139,000-square-feet for clinical pathology activities and an additional 47,000 square-feet of renovated space.
The Center for HIV-1 RNA Studies (CRNA) at the University of Michigan received $4.9M from the NIH in 2020, to continue studying the structural and mechanistic bases of HIV-1 RNA-dependent replication functions at the cellular, viral and atomic levels. The Center has received $41.9M in NIH funding since 2012.
Demonstrate Your Research Products at this Virtual Michigan Event
We invite you to be a part of this thriving research market and participate in our annual Virtual BioResearch Product Faire™ Event for the University of Michigan.