Research Funding and Economic Impact of Funding by State
NIH, CDC, NSF and 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. See how each state ranks in funding from these four federal agencies in comparison to the size of the population.
The local economies of each state are strengthened by health research conducted by industry, universities, medical centers and other organizations. Employment in these research-driven institutions also yields additional jobs in other sectors of the economy.
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. Information provided is the most recent data available.
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|Agency||Funding (in thousands)||State Rank|
|National Institutes of Health||$516,236||17|
|Centers for Disease Control and Prevention||$3,115||25|
|National Science Foundation||$38,051||27|
|Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality||$860||29|
|Research, Testing, and Laboratories||16,678||$73,396|
|Overall Private Sector||2,478,830||$47,618|
|Source of R&D Funding||Investment||State Rank|