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The members of CBN have been very productive and competitive for funding, both from the NIH, the gold standard for biomedical research funding in our country, as well as from the Department of Defense, the Veterans Administration, private foundations and industry. As the table below illustrates, the members of CBN bring in a disproportionate amount of research funding to the UT Health Science Center. Specifically, the 57 members of CBN who received NIH funding in FY11 represent 23% of all NIH-funded investigators at the HSC. But the CBN investigators brought in 32% of total NIH funding to the HSC. Likewise, considering all sources of research funding, 74 funded CBN investigators, representing 14% of the funded investigators at the HSC, brought in 28% of total research funding. In addition to traditional R01-type individual research grants, the CBN and its members have effectively obtained funding for Center Grants, Program Project Grants, Training Grants and K-awards, and our students and post-docs have been very successful in obtaining individual NRSA Fellowships (F-awards).
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