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2024 Update

Report Toolkit

Research funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) generated $92.89 billion in new economic activity nationwide last year — or $2.46 of economic activity for every $1 of research funding, according to a report from United for Medical Research (UMR)

2024 Annual Economic Report

Commissioned by UMR, “NIH’s Role in Sustaining the U.S. Economy” is an annual analysis of jobs and economic activity supported by National Institutes of Health (NIH) research funding distributed to all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

According to our latest report, published in March 2024, NIH research funding supported 412,041 jobs and generated $92.89 billion in economic activity in FY2023 — or $2.46 of economic activity for every $1 of research funding.

Use the links to explore and download additional information and state-specific resources from the latest report — including graphics to share on social media, fact sheets, and lists of NIH grant recipients in each state in FY2023.

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