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OHSU research funding reaches new heights while fueling Oregon’s economic engine

 In fiscal year 2010, Oregon Health & Science University researchers obtained more research funding than in any other previous year — $392 million. This figure includes $70 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (stimulus) funding. To date, OHSU ARRA funding has generated 519 full- and part-time jobs and brought in $92 million for construction, research and education projects.

OHSU’s total research funding for 2010 topped all previous figures ($307M in 2009 and $299M in 2008). These figures include all funding from the National Institutes of Health and other government agencies, professional societies and associations, foundations, and research contracts with business partners.

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