Campus Closed to Students, Labs Open - Event Open
Washington University School of Medicine is one of the largest life science-focused recipients of NIH funding Nationwide. Along with impressive funding, the University boasts 31 International research partnerships and over 3,000 research projects currently underway.
2019 NIH Funding: $523,835,750
Centene Corporation awarded a 10-year $100 million grant to Washington University in 2019, to research and develop customized disease treatments and prevention strategies for Alzheimer's, breast cancer, diabetes and obesity.
The School of Medicine at Washington University has been awarded $68 million in funding for the Long Life Family Study, to discover protective biological mechanisms that contribute to longevity in the 4,953 participants enrolled in the study.
Washington University was awarded $15 million in 2019 from the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences. The funds will be used to research and identify rare genome variants that influence susceptibility to a number of inherited human diseases. The project has received over $68 million in funding since 2016.
Meet Face-Face with Hundreds of St. Louis Researchers
Last year, the BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at Washington University attracted 300 attendees. Of these attendees, 112 were purchasing agents, professors and post docs, and 43 were lab managers. These attendees came from 28 different research buildings and 42 on-campus departments.
Join us at this year's BioResearch Product Faire™ event to demonstrate and promote your latest products, equipment, and technologies.
"Good attendance. Solid leads. Couldn't ask for more." K.P., Exhibitor, Washington University Event
"First time attending this show. I was overall very satisfied with the location, the number of attendees, and the quality of leads. I would definitely attend a show here again." J.P., Exhibitor, Washington University Event
"The show produced tremendous exposure to potential customers. I will continue to attend this event as a vendor in the future." - J. F., Exhibitor, Washington University Event