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Medical Schools With The Most NIH Funding: US News


Every year, the National Institutes of Health support research at medical schools all over the nation, with Harvard University topping the list of institutions receiving the most NIH grants in 2022, according to U.S. News & World Report.

The twenty medical schools with the highest NIH funding in 2021, along with the sum:

1. Harvard University (Boston): $1,911,393,279 

2. University of Washington (Seattle): $1,041,625.579 

3. University of California Los Angeles: $904,351,593 

4. Cornell University (Ithaca, N.Y.): $808,005,626

5. Duke University (Durham, N.C.): $720,769,276 

6. University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia): $708,443,137 

7. Columbia University (New York City): $693,263,557 

8. Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore): $660,070,564 

9. University of California San Francisco: $656,085,580 

10. Washington University (St. Louis): $655,343,361 

11. University of Pittsburgh: $622,866,000

12. University of California San Diego: $589,894,299 

13. Vanderbilt University (Nashville): $584,060,319

14. Stanford University (Stanford, Calif.): $531,947,730 

15. Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (New York City): $525,076,407 

16. Yale University (New Haven, Conn.): $517,678,183 

17. Northwestern University (Chicago): $509,420,889 

18. New York University: $500,385,182 

19. University of Michigan- Ann Arbor: $465,747,457

20. Baylor College of Medicine (Houston): $451,600,852