GEN Exclusives

More »

The Lists

More »
Aug 7, 2012

NIH Taps 25 Schools to Receive Top Dollars

Did your alma mater make the list?

NIH Taps 25 Schools to Receive Top Dollars

Projects at these 25 schools were deemed deserving of the most NIH funding. [© stockshoppe -]

  • #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


    Leave a comment by clicking the “Comments” icon. We want to hear your thoughts!

Add a comment

  • You must be signed in to perform this action.
    Click here to Login or Register for free.
    You will be taken back to your selected item after Login/Registration.

Related content


GEN Jobs powered by connects you directly to employers in pharma, biotech, and the life sciences. View 40 to 50 fresh job postings daily or search for employment opportunities including those in R&D, clinical research, QA/QC, biomanufacturing, and regulatory affairs.
More »

Be sure to take the GEN Poll

The Triple Package and Success

One theory for explaining “success," put forward by Amy Chua Jed Rubenfeld, posits cultural traits such as a superiority complex, personal insecurity and impulse control. Union College professors Joshua Hart and Christopher Chabris counter that intelligence, conscientiousness, and economic advantage are the most likely elements of success, regardless of ethnicity. Do you think that Hart-Chabris make a better argument for achieving success than the Chua-Rubenfeld theory?

More »