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Insight & Intelligence™ : Aug 7, 2012

NIH Taps 25 Schools to Receive Top Dollars

Did your alma mater make the list?
  • Alex Philippidis

Below is a list of the 25 universities, including medical schools, that are receiving the most in NIH funding during the 2012 federal fiscal year through July 31 (FY 2012 ends on Sept. 30) and the number of grant awards funded.

#25. University of Chicago

$120,915,090 toward 284 awards

#24. University of Alabama at Birmingham

$122,251,042 toward 285 awards

#23. University of California, Davis

$128,240,650 toward 312 awards

#22. University of Southern California

$128,905,073 toward 250 awards

#21. Baylor College of Medicine

$136,674,208 toward 293 awards

#20. Oregon Health and Science University

$140,894,112 toward 312 awards

#19. Harvard Medical School

$145,365,180 toward 253 awards

#18. University of Wisconsin-Madison

$165,717,541 toward 421 awards

#17. University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

$168,867,235 toward 400 awards

#16. Emory University

$178,983,967 toward 418 awards

#15. Stanford University

$207,417,843 toward 516 awards

#14. Vanderbilt University

$208,384,461 toward 519 awards

#13. Columbia University Health Sciences

$217,184,222 toward 495 awards

#12. Duke University

$236,052,384 toward 515 awards

#11. University of California, Los Angeles

$249,088,617 toward 572 awards

#10. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

$249,517,444 toward 581 awards

#9. Yale University

$255,065,379 toward 649 awards

#8. Washington University in St. Louis

$265,714,379 toward 573 awards

#7. University of Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh

$274,623,588 toward 707 awards

#6. University of California, San Diego

$275,229,522 toward 597 awards

#5. University of Michigan at Ann Arbor

$289,181,066 toward 753 awards

#4. University of Washington

$310,342,597 toward 620 awards

#3. University of California, San Francisco

$312,138,813 toward 738 awards

#2. University of Pennsylvania

$317,219,603 toward 758 awards

#1. Johns Hopkins University

$400,531,369 toward 862 awards

 

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