ARPA-H for Massachusetts: Making the impossible possible every day
"ARPA-H will have a singular purpose: to drive breakthroughs in biomedicine; to prevent, detect, and treat diseases, including cancer, Alzheimer’s, and diabetes." – President Joe Biden
Massachusetts has the density of resources necessary for ARPA-H to thrive - talent, research universities, teaching hospitals, and innovative companies
We have the people
ARPA-H needs the best & brightest problem-solvers in the world, focused on global challenges.
We built the ecosystem
ARPA-H would benefit from our history of strong investment in industry, healthcare, and academia.
We are the home of innovation
ARPA-H should be in the global epicenter of breakthrough scientific progress & investment.
Local Universities & Multiple World Class Research Hospitals
Per Capita Industry Investment in R&D
of the Largest Biotechnology & Pharma Companies
in NIH Funding Annually
Per Capita Venture Investment in Biotech & Medical Device Companies
Highest Percentage of Adults in the Nation with A Bachelor’s Degree and Advanced Degrees
Public Middle School & High School STEM Education
Highest COVID Vaccination Rate in The Country
- Marty Meehan and Julie Chen in The Boston Globe: The Biden administration’s biomedical and health research initiative should be based in Massachusetts
- State House News Service: Letter Shows Solidarity Around State’s ARPA-H Bid
- Boston Globe: Coalition urges federal officials to put new research agency in Mass.
- More than 80 Scientists, Academics, Researchers, and Healthcare Leaders Sign Letter of Support to Locate ARPA-H in Massachusetts
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