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Federal Research Expenditures Increase
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston funding received from federal government resources in FY06 showed a substantial increase over funds received in FY05.
Total federal research expenditures were $122,870,078, an increase of 9.2 percent.
"We are experiencing exciting new developments at the health science center based on the foundation of excellence in research created by our many faculty, students and staff," said Peter Davies, M.D., Ph.D., executive vice president for research.
"It is the tireless efforts of this large community of researchers that provide the foundation of our institution's research program. It represents the platform on which our new advances will be built.
"The real strength of our institution is in the talents of the investigators who are developing new programs, and we look forward to more and more of those successes in the years to come," Davies said.
By Pamela Lewis, Institutional Advancement
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