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Aug 7, 2012

NIH Taps 25 Schools to Receive Top Dollars

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NIH Taps 25 Schools to Receive Top Dollars

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

  • #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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