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Federally Funded Research at Vanderbilt

Vanderbilt University researchers are at the forefront of identifying innovative solutions to some of the most challenging questions and obstacles facing us today.

To find these solutions, researchers at Vanderbilt University largely rely on the generous support from federal grants and contracts, most of which are awarded through a competitive process. These funds come from a multitude of federal agencies including the Department of Defense, Department of Education, Department of Energy, Department of Transportation, National Aeronautics Space Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Institutes of Health, and the National Science Foundation. Such support allows Vanderbilt University to serve as a leader in research related to advanced manufacturing, cyber-physical systems, drug discovery, soldier-civilian collaboration, education policy, and more.

FEDERALLY FUNDED RESEARCH AT VANDERBILT (BY AGENCY)

 

defense   education   Energy   nasa  

 

Dept. of Defense
Funding at Vanderbilt

 

 

Dept. of Education
Research Funding at Vanderbilt

 

Dept. of Energy
Funding at Vanderbilt

 

NASA
Funding at Vanderbilt

 
neh   NIH   NSF      

 

NEH Funding at Vanderbilt

 

 

NIH Funding at Vanderbilt

 

 

NSF Funding at Vanderbilt

 

 

 

 

 

OTHER FEDERAL SUPPORT AT VANDERBILT

 

HRSA

HRSA - Nursing Workforce Development Funding at Vanderbilt (coming Jan. 2022)

 
 

Title VI International Education Funding at Vanderbilt

 

 

VANDERBILT'S RESEARCH IMPACT

Discoveries made in Vanderbilt labs are often translated into commercial products. With the help of Vanderbilt’s Center for Technology Transfer and Commercialization, these discoveries and inventions can be protected, evaluated, and commercialized to bring about a positive impact on the economy and improvement to the lives in our community and across the country.

 

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT RESEARCH AT VANDERBILT