Leading the Way
Albany Medical College leads New York's Capital Region in research funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), with 35 grants in 2022 totaling $11.5 million, according to an analysis by the Center for Economic Growth (CEG).
The financial support our scientists consistently receive from the NIH is critical to their studies, and a significant indicator of the importance of their ongoing work to understand the mechanisms of disease and lay the groundwork for new treatments and therapies.
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Top Level Researchers
From a federally funded vaccine program to scientific studies on Alzheimer's disease, breast cancer, coronary artery disease, Covid-19, atherosclerosis, and more, our researchers are making discoveries every day. Browse our researcher directory to find out more.
Basic Science Degree Programs
Explore our nationally known research centers offering MS, PhD, and postdoctoral opportunities in four areas: neuroscience, cancer biology, immunology, and molecular physiology.
Our researchers and physicians at Albany Medical Center are involved in hundreds of clinical trials. See how to access them.
Most Distinguished Prize in Medicine
The prestigious Albany Prize in Medicine and Biomedical Research, begun in 2000, has honored physicians and scientists from throughout the world. Find out more.
Office of Translational Research, Innovation, and Technology Transfer
Albany Medical College’s Office of Translational Research, Innovation, and Technology Transfer unites commercialization and entrepreneurship support services with the College’s translational research support and technology transfer efforts.
Postdoctoral Development Program
Providing resources for biomedical research career success, with an emphasis on enhancing grantsmanship and preparing postdocs to successfully navigate the job search process.