America's investment in health research not only improves health and saves lives but also has a significant economic impact.

Economic Impact of Research by State

Health research conducted in each state strengthens the local economies. This resource contains profiles of each state including the sources of investment in research, statistics for health-related industries, and highlights from local economic impact studies.

NIH, CDC, NSF & AHRQ Funding by State

The funds disbursed to the 50 states and the District of Columbia by the National Institutes of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the National Science Foundation, and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality are a vital component of the U.S. investment in health-related research.

U.S. Investment in Health Research

Research!America has been tracking and analyzing the various streams of funding that make up the total U.S. investment in health research for a decade, and trends tell us we are headed in the wrong direction.

Investment in Research Saves Lives and Money series

In partnership with the Mary Woodard Lasker Charitable Trust, this series is comprised of fact sheets that focus on one or a set of conditions or health topics and include current statistics, examples of cost- and life-saving benefits of research and the story of a patient who has thrived or survived thanks to research.

Research: An Economic Driver that Saves Lives & Money

A two-page fact sheet illustrating the economic benefits of investments in research. Features poll data and statistics on lives saved through research.

Garfield Economic Impact Award

The Garfield Award annually recognizes outstanding research that illustrates how medical or health research impacts the economy.