In 2004-05, UBC received a total of $364,002,968 in funding from all sources, supporting a total of 5,963 projects.
Support for UBC research is broadly summarized in the following tables. Detailed reports are available in each section.
|Tri-Council Agency||Total value||Grant Count||% of total value|
|Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)||$65,764,326||794||54.97%|
|Natural Sciences & Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC)||$42,880,233||914||35.84%|
|Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC)||$10,995,584||363||9.19%|
Infrastructure funding supports buildings, facilities and large equipment used for research. The Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) typically funds 40% of an approved infrastructure project, which is often matched by the BC Knowledge Development Fund (BCKDF). The University is responsible for funding the remaining 20%.
|Agency||Total value||Grant Count||% of total value|
|Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI)||$24,357,482||101||43.41%|
|BC Knowledge Development Fund||$21,963,890||55||39.14%|
|Sector||Total value||Project Count||% of total value|
|Government (Other agencies)||$109,107,825||913||29.97%|
|Award Type||Total value||Project Count||% of total value|
|Institute||Total value||Project Count||% of total value|
|Vancouver Coastal Health Research Institute||$56,162,083||962||15.43%|
|Child & Family Research Institute||$44,118,787||626||12.12%|
|Providence Health Care Research Institute||$27,575,410||377||7.58%|
|BC Cancer Agency||$7,160,956||85||1.97%|
|BC Centre for Disease Control||$2,338,114||26||0.64%|