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Top 10 2014 NIH-Funded Universities

August 19, 2014

This week, GEN (Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News), publishes an online list of the top 50 NIH-Funded Universities of 2014. According to the article, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) :

•   Invests close to $30.1 billion annually in medical research

•   More than 80% of the funding is awarded through almost 50,000 competitive grants

•   More than 2,500 medical schools, universities, & other institutions globally receive these grants.

The chart below identifies the top 10 NIH-funded universities ranked by how much NIH funding they receive during the “current 2014 federal fiscal year (FY), through August 11. FY 2014 ends on September 30.” Also included for each institution is the number of grant awards funded in FY 2014 (which is not a factor in determining the ranking). The data in the chart is from the online article published in GEN. To view the other 40 Top NIH-funded universities, reference the article.

Top 10 NIH-Funded Universities (2014)

GEN Rank # Institution Name FY 2014 NIH Monies Awarded # of Awards 
1 Johns Hopkins University $454,227,609 939
2 University of Pennsylvania $379,821,590 858
3  University of California-San Francisco $363,648,042 897
4 University of Washington $325,046,213 704
5 University of Pittsburgh $319,064,044 751
6 University of Michigan at Ann Arbor $308,603,579 759
7 University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill $307,141,539 674
8 Washington University $304,176,206 644
9 University of California, San Diego $295,917,149 651
10 Duke University $278,832,108 559

Source: NIH Awards by Location and Organization, database contained within NIH Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tools (RePORT) website, Fiscal Year 2014 (from article).


Please Note: “Graduation Cap” by Adrien Facélina [LGPL] | Wikimedia Commons.

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