Money in Massachusetts


With $2.1 billion in NIH grant funding, Massachusetts receives more money from the health institutes than any other state save California. A sizable portion of that finances integrated biology research — one chunk of nearly $60 million goes to Eric Lander at the Broad Institute. For this chart, GT culled through the grants to find ones clearly related to the disciplines under the systems biology umbrella, and for the sake of space, selected the institutes with the most funding. This list, current as of December, is not comprehensive.


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