UTHSC announces an increase in research grant and contract awards for FY21

uthsc announces an increase in research grant and contract awards for fy21

Sumary of UTHSC announces an increase in research grant and contract awards for FY21:

  • The University of Tennessee Health Science Center’s Office of Research announced that annual research grant and contract awards for FY21, which ended June 30, total more than $121 million, a 20.6% increase from last year.
  • The faculty of all six colleges and four campuses broke records in a number of categories, including grant proposal count by fiscal year and quarter.
  • Additionally, the UTHSC College of Pharmacy moved up to Number 14 nationally among colleges and schools of pharmacy in grant funding from the National Institutes of Health.
  • This represents a 43% growth in research grants and contracts in five years.
  • During this same period, UTHSC’s all-source, non-clinical grant and contract expenditures (sponsored programs, research, and education grants and contracts) were more than $300 million, showing strong growth in all grant and contract portfolios.
  • Increased staffing, improved resources, and new streamlined and automated processes allowed researchers to successfully adapt and advance their projects, despite the physical restrictions in place on all campuses.

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