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New York City is well-positioned for success in the Bioscience industry, providing world-renowned research, talent, and resources no other city can offer.
New York City is a center of finance - there are over 100 Venture Capital firms investing in life science companies at all stages. Selected funding highlights include:
New York City has the most developed medical infrastructure in the United States, with 57 hospitals including the Hospital for Special Surgery, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, and New York-Presbyterian Hospital.
New York City receives annually $1.4 billion in NIH funding, second in the country.
New York City led all cities in the country in NIH funding for Universities and Colleges, receiving more than $1 billion in grants during fiscal year 2007.
The New York metro region has more bioscience employees than any other metropolitan area in the US, according to a study by Battelle.
NYC's talent highlights include: