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UNIVERSITY-WIDE SPONSORED FUNDING—FY 2012–FY 2021 $0 $32 $64 $96 $128 $160 FY 2021 FY 2020 FY 2019 FY 2018 FY 2017 FY 2016 FY 2015 FY 2014 FY 2013 FY 2012 $63.9 $58.5 $65.6 $79.7 $122.7 $114.8 $82.2 $86.9 $95.8 $107.7 $119.4 $126.9 $139.9 ARRA $18.3 HEERF $25.1 $82.2 ARRA $2.5 Total Dollar Amount of Cumulative Active Awards in Millions $68.1 ARRA $2.5 HEERF $4.2 $61.1 ARRA $2.6 NSU’s total sponsored funding demonstrates an overall upward trend over the last decade, despite a restrained funding landscape and the close of several American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) projects, including the $15 million National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) award to construct the Center of Excellence for Coral Reef Ecosystems Research. AWARDS BY DIRECT SPONSOR TYPE—FY 2021 n Federal Government 60% $84,483,976 n State Government 17% $24,059,471 n Local Government 15% $20,352,377 n Universities 5% $7,075,649 n For-Profit Corporations 1% $1,264,318 n Nonprofit Corporations 1% $1,237,152 n Foundations 1% $1,037,055 n Other <1% $369,602 Total $139,879,600 SPONSORED FUNDING BY UNIT—FY 2021 n Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine 35% $49,026,496.85 n Halmos College of Arts and Sciences 25% $34,983,189.41 n Office of the President 18% $25,070,131.00 n College of Dental Medicine 10% $13,551,656.55 n Office of Academic Affairs 4% $5,504,819.00 n College of Computing and Engineering 2% $2,264,094.00 n College of Psychology 2% $2,465,914.38 n Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Allopathic Medicine 1% $2,011,838.00 n College of Pharmacy 1% $1,563,054.00 n Abraham S. Fischler College of Education and School of Criminal Justice 1% $1,111,247.93 n Facilities Management <1% $908,861.00 n Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences <1% $853,694.00 n College of Optometry <1% $285,429.30 n NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale <1% $255,261.00 n University School <1% $13,800.00 n Alvin Sherman Library, Research, and Information Technology Center <1% $5,400.00 n H. Wayne Huizenga College of Business and Entrepreneurship <1% $4,713.00 Total $139,879,599.42

SPONSORED FUNDING NSU’s total sponsored funding demonstrates an upward trend over the last decade. At the close of FY 2021, the university’s sponsored funding totaled $139.9 million, which represents a 10% increase since FY 2020, and a 70% increase since FY 2012. Funding to support research represents 47% of this total with teaching /training and service comprising the balance. The university is receiving sponsored funding from 100 different funding entities, with the largest amount, 60%, coming directly from the federal government; state and local government represented 17% and 15% of total funding, respectively. Funding from other non-profit corporations, foundations, and other universities round out the sponsored funding portfolio. In FY 2021, there were 214 proposals processed through the NSU Office of Sponsored Programs. LEADING THERAPEUTIC AREAS IN CLINICAL RESEARCH Dentifrices and Implants College of Dental Medicine Contact Lens Assessment in Youth, Dry Eye, and Retina Imaging College of Optometry Nutraceutical Intervention for Oxidative Stress College of Pharmacy Nutraceutical Intervention NSU’s Pediatric Dental Clinic NSU TECHNOLOGIES NSU is able to recognize high-potential technologies, assess their technical and commercial feasibility, secure patent protection, and conduct transactions with commercialization partners for the ultimate benefit of the public. NSU technologies that are ready for commercialization include • automated landing gear systems for trailers • a computational model to predict drug treatment courses • a portfolio of small-molecule cancer therapeutics • comprehensive genetic data for complex diseases • diagnostic for genetic mutations • digital authentication/auditing of pharmacy programs • digital career guidance system for minorities in a health care profession • electronic coordination of health care • image compression and encryption • modified natural killer cells for immunotherapy • novel method for diagnosing complex immune diseases • novel method for modulating oncolytic viruses • novel therapy for skin cancer • novel treatment for breast cancer • novel treatment for lung diseases • novel vaccine for HIV • system for reducing adverse health events in assisted living facilities • the delivery of personalized health care information • therapies for treatment of heart failure

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