Biomedical Research Excellence

The Larner College of Medicine receives approximately $90-$100 million annually in research funding. Vermont is among the top ten states in per-capita federal research funding. Our researchers in laboratory, clinical and community settings work to bring greater understanding of disease and wellness, and new, more effective treatments.  


Person inspecting lensCore Facilities 

Core facilities are defined as centralized shared resources that provide access to instruments, technologies, services, as well as expert consultation and other services to scientific and clinical investigators.

Learn more about our Shared and Specialized Core Facilities, Networks, Centers and Institutes, and Cobres >


Person inspecting lensAreas of Research 

Research at the UVM Larner College of Medicine takes place across 15 departments, including Cancer, Cardiovascular, Health Services Research and Education, Outcomes Research, and Quality Improvement, Immunobiology & Infectious Disease, Metabolic, Neuroscience, and Pulmonary & Environmental Disease.

Learn more about research areas at Larner >


Firestone Building RenderingFirestone Medical Research Building 

The construction of the Firestone Medical Research Building is due to be completed in the fall of 2022, with projected occupancy starting in the winter of 2023. A state-of-the-art facility, it brings to UVM 46,000 square feet of versatile space to support the continued success of today’s Larner researchers, and attract the next generation of outstanding scientists.

Learn more about the Firestone Medical Research Building >


Grondin and Farhang headshotResearch Showcase and Excellence in Research  

Our online showcase spotlights the work of graduate student and postdoctoral trainee research and their mentors. The Dean's Celebration of Research Excellence is an annual event highlighting the research being conducted by junior faculty, senior faculty, postdoctoral trainees, and graduate students at the University of Vermont and the UVM Larner College of Medicine.

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Read more about the Dean's Celebration of Research Excellence >