UCSD Nabbed $985M for Research in 2012, but Saw Health Funding Cuts From Federal Agencies
In 2012, UC-San Diego obtained $985 million in funding for research in various fields. According to UCSD officials, almost 65% of the funding came from federal agencies. The officials said that the total funding amount might have reached $1 billion if the agencies were not forced to scale back the size and number of research grants, particularly in the fields of health and medicine.
- "UCSD Pulls in Almost $1 Billion for Research" (Robbins, U-T San Diego, 8/18).