UMN Medical School Makes Double-Digit Increase in Externally Sponsored Research in FY2017

Today, in a presentation to the Board of Regents, Allen Levine, the University's Vice President for Research provided his annual analysis on the state of University of Minnesota research.

In FY2017, the University earned $745 million in externally sponsored research awards, and the Medical School had the largest annual percentage increases, $29.5 million or 16.2 percent, for a total of $211.3 million.

The University of Minnesota remains among the top 10 public research universities, holding its place as eighth on the list among peers, with $940 million in research expenditures across all of its campuses.

Review the complete annual status report.

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