The Ohio State University College of Medicine received a new record high in research funding from the National Institutes of Health during the 2021 fiscal year – $195 million in grants, contracts, and subcontracts. In all, the College of Medicine’s research funding totaled $301.9 million, with the remaining awards coming from other government agencies, non-profit foundations, and industry contracts. This is the second-highest level of research funding during a single fiscal year in the school’s history.
During fiscal year 2021, Ohio State had 73 new awards over $1 million and a total of 2,540 awards.
Awards include a five-year, $10 million grant from the National Cancer Institute in the NIH to study the long-term, longitudinal impact of COVID-19 on first responders, health care workers, and the general population. The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute received a five-year, $29.1 million cancer center support grant from the National Cancer Institute that funds research programs, community outreach and engagement, education and training, ...
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