Stimulus Grants in Action

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Executive Vice Dean Mark Paller, M.D., discusses the impact of stimulus funds on biomedical research at the University of Minnesota

With a fresh influx of funding, the University of Minnesota is working full steam on major discoveries. Academic Health Center scientists, physicians, and research centers have attracted $46 million in stimulus grants since the U.S. Recovery Act was approved in February 2009.

In addition to fueling research into some of health care’s most complex conditions and diseases, the funding has also created jobs across the University of Minnesota and beyond.

Visit the University of Minnesota's Academic Health Center website for a complete list of research projects funded by stimulus grants, click here.

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