UCSF

Funding

The Department of Bioengineering and Therapeutic Sciences has an operating budget of approximately $27 million.

The department is a part of the UCSF Schools of Pharmacy and Medicine. The department and the Schools are state-assisted, not fully state-funded.

In addition to California state general funds, Department of Bioengineering and Therapeutic Sciences funding sources include federal and other contracts and grants, faculty professional fees and School services, student professional fee and continuing education program income, private gifts, and indirect cost recovery funds.

Expenditures by funding source

Fiscal year 2019-2020
Approximate operating budget: $27,154,511
Funding category Amount Percentage
Federal contracts and grants $14,681,380 54.1%
Other contracts and grants $5,416,242 19.9%
California state general funds $2,052,882 7.6%
Faculty professional fees and School services $2,027,165 7.5%
Indirect cost recovery funds $1,047,293 3.9%
Private gifts $1,020,880 3.8%
Student professional fee income / continuing education $908,669 3.3%
California Poison Control System $0 0.0%

Federal and other research contracts and grants awarded (millions)

Fiscal year Federal - NIH Federal - Other Other Total Awards
2020 $11.1M $3.4M $5.1M $19.6M
2019 $10.8M $2.4M $4.7M $17.8M
2018 $10.2M $2.5M $4.0M $16.8M
2017 $10.8M $2.6M $4.2M $17.6M
2016 $8.8M $2.4M $4.4M $15.7M
2015 $11.6M $1.6M $4.8M $18.0M
2014 $10.5M $1.2M $8.6M $20.3M
2013 $11.1M $1.4M $6.9M $19.4M
2012 $13.2M $0.3M $5.8M $19.3M
2011 $11.1M $0.3M $4.5M $15.9M
2010 $12.9M $0.2M $5.2M $18.3M
2009 $12.1M $1.6M $3.9M $17.5M