The University of Vermont is constructing a $49M, 62,500 sq. ft., four-story medical research building. The Firestone Medical Research Building is an addition to the existing Health Science Research Facility, and is expected to be completed in 2023.
- 2019 Total R&D Expenditures: $135,859,000
- 2019 Life Science R&D Expenditures: $111,873,000
- Ranked 103rd in Life Science R&D Expenditures
- 2020 Total NIH funding: $66,370,127
- The Vermont Genetics Network at UVM received $4.2M in 2020 from the NIH, to build biomedical research infrastructure including core facilities. The project has received over $62M in NIH funding since 2001.
- Researchers at the University of Vermont received $3.9M in 2020 from the NIH, to investigate the impacts of tobacco use on addiction, behavior and health biomarkers in vulnerable populations. The project has received $30M in NIH funding since 2013.
- The University of Vermont received $2.6M in 2020 from the NIH, to establish the Vermont Center on Cardiovascular and Brain Health, which will research causes and suggest optimal treatments for cardiovascular and neurovascular diseases.