Brown Announces More Than $27M to Improve Biomedical Research Facilities at Ohio Institutions

Institutions in Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati to Receive Funds

WASHINGTON D.C. - U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) today announced that Ohio will receive more than $27 million in grants for the improvement of biomedical research facilities at Ohio institutions of higher education. The grants are administered by the National Center for Research Resources (NCRR) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) as a part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).

"These funds will ensure that our research institutions have the best possible facilities to produce cutting-edge scientific developments," Brown said. "These grants will help keep Ohio at the forefront of research development and will promote economic development."

The funds will help construct, repair, and renovate scientific research laboratories. The projects will support immediate construction jobs and will promote long-term economic growth.

For more information about grant recipients, please see the graph below.

Institution

Project

Amount

 

Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University

"For laboratory renovations to create additional space for research aimed at improving diagnosis and cure rates in cancer"

 

 

$2,039,261

 

 

Ohio State University

"For construction of a multidisciplinary biomedical research and education center that will be a centerpiece of a dramatically enhanced health sciences campus"

 

 

$8,000,000

 

 

Ohio State University

"To create four modern research laboratories and support space, as well as a dedicated rodent phenotyping and infectious necropsy laboratory"

 

 

$3,920,956

 

 

University of Cincinnati

"Renovate research space to bring together scientists from different disciplines, recruit high-caliber investigators and create an area to connect scientists with the community"

 

 

$4,819,500

 

 

University of Cincinnati

"For renovation of a research facility that will help investigators meet present and future needs for bench and translational research"

 

 

$8,439,998

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