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School of Pharmacy

UCSF School of Pharmacy

Funding

The UCSF School of Pharmacy has an operating budget of just over $80.3 million. As with the University of California in general, the UCSF School of Pharmacy is state-assisted, not fully state-funded. In fact, from fiscal year 2001-2002 to fiscal year 2012-2013, the percent of the School's budget from California state general funds decreased from 24% to 13%. In addition to state general funds, funding sources include federal contracts and grants, private contracts and grants, state and University contracts and grants, industry-sponsored clinical trials, private gifts, interest from endowments, student professional fee income, indirect cost recovery funds, and revenue from faculty professional fees and School services.

FY 2012-2013 percent of total expenditures by fund source

As of July 18, 2013

Fund source

FY 12-13

California Poison Control System

10%

California state general funds

13%

Federal contracts and grants

33%

Other contracts and grants

14%

Indirect cost recovery funds

2%

Student professional fee income / continuing education

13%

Private gifts

5%

Faculty professional fees and school services

10%

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