The Department of Family and Preventive Medicine drastically increased in ranking as the sixth-highest recipient of award dollars among all departments in the Spencer Fox Eccles School of Medicine for the fiscal year 2023.
Department researchers secured a total of $16 million in award dollars and had a 363.3% increase in funding compared to the fiscal year 2019.
This achievement is a testament to the collective efforts and exemplary work demonstrated by the research faculty and staff of the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine. Their pursuit of groundbreaking research and contributions to medicine continues to promote the department's mission of expanding the possibilities of health.
As we celebrate, we recognize the impact this achievement will have on advancing medical knowledge, improving care, and fostering a culture of excellence within DFPM and the U.
The details of fiscal year 2023 research awards and expenditure data were presented during the 5th Annual F&A Town Hall, hosted by Vice President for Research Erin Rothwell.