Despite Sequester, NIH Funding for Proteomics Up Slightly in FY 2013 | GenomeWeb

NIH grants for proteomics research were up slightly in 2013, according to an analysis by ProteoMonitor, with roughly $134 million handed out during the US government's fiscal 2013, a 2.5 percent increase over $130 million in 2012.

The funding covers the period between Oct. 1, 2012, and Sept. 30, 2013. In total, 320 grants were awarded for FY 2013, averaging $419,000 per grant.

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