Table 2

Income from research grants and contracts in clinical medicine by sponsor type, 2008/09
Sponsor type University of Oxford All UK HEIs
£M % £M %
Government 53.3 30.7% 558.9 41.5%
UK Research Councils, Royal Society & British Academy 25.4 14.6% 222.5 16.5%
UK central government bodies/ local authorities, health & hospital authorities 19.7 11.3% 282.0 20.9%
EU government bodies 8.2 4.8% 54.4 4.0%
Charity 89.0 51.2% 595.4 44.2%
UK-based charities (open competitive process) 77.6 44.7% 454.7 33.8%
UK-based charities (other) 2.4 1.4% 78.3 5.8%
EU-based charities (open competitive process) 0.2 0.1% 3.0 0.2%
Non-EU-based charities (open competitive process) 8.7 5.0% 59.4 4.4%
Industry 20.3 11.7% 138.1 10.3%
UK industry, commerce & public corporations 4.3 2.5% 84.0 6.2%
EU industry, commerce & public corporations 1.2 0.7% 14.8 1.1%
Non-EU industry, commerce & public corporations 14.8 8.5% 39.4 2.9%
Other 11.0 6.3% 54.4 4.0%
EU other 1.4 0.8% 5.9 0.4%
Non-EU other 9.6 5.5% 38.6 2.9%
Other sources 0.0 0.0% 9.9 0.7%
Total 173.6 100.0% 1,346.9 100.0%

Source: Higher Education Information Database for Institutions (heidi), 2010.

Ovseiko et al.

Ovseiko et al. BMC Health Services Research 2012 12:478   doi:10.1186/1472-6963-12-478

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