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Be an advocate for research!

The ASBMB will head to Capitol Hill on Tuesday, September 9, to advocate for $32 billion for the NIH. And you can help! Call, email and tweet your representatives on Tuesday and explain how important research funding is to your community! Tweet using #NIH32 and find information specific to your state here.

You can find your representatives by going to www.house.gov and putting in your zip code on the upper right. To find your senators, go to www.senate.gov, click on “Senators” and choose your state.

Find a sample telephone conversation here.

Find a sample email here.

You can find your member’s Twitter handle here: House, Senate. And remember to use #NIH32 to contribute to our conversation!

Below is basic information for NIH and NSF funding to each state in 2013.

Alabama

  • In FY 2013, Alabama received:
    • $301 million in NIH funding
    • $45.9 million in NSF funding

Alaska

  • In FY 2013, Alaska received:
    • $35.8 million in NIH funding
    • $34.4 million in NSF funding

Arizona

  • In FY 2013, Arizona received:
    • $258 million in NIH funding
    • $160 million in NSF funding

Arkansas

  • In FY 2013, Arkansas received:
    • $88.7 million in NIH funding
    • $19.4 million in NSF funding

California

  • In FY 2013, California received:
    • $4.06 billion in NIH funding
    • $960 million in NSF funding

Colorado

  • In FY 2013, Colorado received:
    • $417 million in NIH funding
    • $360 million in NSF funding

Connecticut

  • In FY 2013, Connecticut received:
    • $533 million in NIH funding
    • $59.1 million in NSF funding

Delaware

  • In FY 2013, Delaware received:
    • $59.6 million in NIH funding
    • $36.6 million in NSF funding

Florida

  • In FY 2013, Florida received:
    • $646 million in NIH funding
    • $156 million in NSF funding

Georgia

  • In FY 2013, Georgia received:
    • $656 million in NIH funding
    • $136 million in NSF funding

Hawaii

  • In FY 2013, Hawaii received:
    • $73.6 million in NIH funding
    • $45.7 million in NSF funding

Idaho

  • In FY 2013, Idaho received:
    • $27.3 million in NIH funding
    • $27.8 million in NSF funding

Illinois

  • In FY 2013, Illinois received:
    • $1.0 billion in NIH funding
    • $317 million in NSF funding

Indiana

  • In FY 2013, Indiana received:
    • $238 million in NIH funding
    • $144 million in NSF funding

Iowa

  • In FY 2013, Iowa received:
    • $241 million in NIH funding
    • $54.7 million in NSF funding

Kansas

  • In FY 2013, Kansas received:
    • $128 million in NIH funding
    • $30.8 million in NSF funding

Kentucky

  • In FY 2013, Kentucky received:
    • $196 million in NIH funding
    • $21.9 million in NSF funding

Louisiana

  • In FY 2013, Louisiana received:
    • $211 million in NIH funding
    • $37.9 million in NSF funding

Maine

  • In FY 2013, Maine received:
    • $108 million in NIH funding
    • $35.0 million in NSF funding

Maryland

  • In FY 2013, Maryland received:
    • $1.2 billion in NIH funding
    • $304 million in NSF funding

Massachusetts

  • In FY 2013, Massachusetts received:
    • $2.74 billion in NIH funding
    • $452 million in NSF funding

Michigan

  • In FY 2013, Michigan received:
    • $739 million in NIH funding
    • $202 million in NSF funding

Minnesota

  • In FY 2013, Minnesota received:
    • $629 million in NIH funding
    • $97.6 million in NSF funding

Mississippi

  • In FY 2013, Mississippi received:
    • $93.9 million in NIH funding
    • $19.4 million in NSF funding

Missouri

  • In FY 2013, Missouri received:
    • $507 million in NIH funding
    • $51 million in NSF funding

Montana

  • In FY 2013, Montana received:
    • $52.8 million in NIH funding
    • $29.2 million in NSF funding

Nebraska

  • In FY 2013, Nebraska received:
    • $126 million in NIH funding
    • $27.8 million in NSF funding

Nevada

  • In FY 2013, Nevada received:
    • $58.1 million in NIH funding
    • $30.8 million in NSF funding

New Hampshire

  • In FY 2013, New Hampshire received:
    • $136 million in NIH funding
    • $38 million in NSF funding

New Jersey

  • In FY 2013, New Jersey received:
    • $355 million in NIH funding
    • $126 million in NSF funding

New Mexico

  • In FY 2013, New Mexico received:
    • $143 million in NIH funding
    • $42.4 million in NSF funding

New York

  • In FY 2013, New York received:
    • $2.6 billion in NIH funding
    • $436 million in NSF funding

North Carolina

  • In FY 2013, North Carolina received:
    • $1.2 billion in NIH funding
    • $167 million in NSF funding

North Dakota

  • In FY 2013, North Dakota received:
    • $32.7 million in NIH funding
    • $12.5 million in NSF funding

Ohio

  • In FY 2013, Ohio received:
    • $777 million in NIH funding
    • $118 million in NSF funding

Oklahoma

  • In FY 2013, Oklahoma received:
    • $149 million in NIH funding
    • $27.1 million in NSF funding

Oregon

  • In FY 2013, Oregon received:
    • $379 million in NIH funding
    • $63.1 million in NSF funding

Pennsylvania

  • In FY 2013, Pennsylvania received:
    • $1.65 billion in NIH funding
    • $275 million in NSF funding

Rhode Island

  • In FY 2013, Rhode Island received:
    • $187 million in NIH funding
    • $47.6 million in NSF funding

South Carolina

  • In FY 2013, South Carolina received:
    • $192 million in NIH funding
    • $45.3 million in NSF funding

South Dakota

  • In FY 2013, South Dakota received:
    • $42.3 million in NIH funding
    • $11.1 million in NSF funding

Tennessee

  • In FY 2013, Tennessee received:
    • $566 million in NIH funding
    • $63.9 million in NSF funding

Texas

  • In FY 2013, Texas received:
    • $1.2 billion in NIH funding
    • $234 million in NSF funding

Utah

  • In FY 2013, Utah received:
    • $196 million in NIH funding
    • $67.9 million in NSF funding

Vermont

  • In FY 2013, Vermont received:
    • $87.0 million in NIH funding
    • $11.5 million in NSF funding

Virginia

  • In FY 2013, Virginia received:
    • $459 million in NIH funding
    • $200 million in NSF funding

Washington

  • In FY 2013, Washington received:
    • $1.06 billion in NIH funding
    • $139 million in NSF funding

West Virginia

  • In FY 2013, West Virginia received:
    • $45.6 million in NIH funding
    • $14.1 million in NSF funding

Wisconsin

  • In FY 2013, Wisconsin received:
    • $470 million in NIH funding
    • $124 million in NSF funding

Wyoming

  • In FY 2013, Wyoming received:
    • $19.9 million in NIH funding
    • $18.3 million in NSF funding

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