Here are 20 health organizations that received the most NIH funding in 2017

Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins University, University of California San Francisco and Ann Arbor-based University of Michigan all received more than $500 million in National Institutes of Health funding in fiscal year 2017, according to the NIH Web-based tool.

The NIH tracks the funding of critical medical research and other support at universities, hospitals, small businesses and other organizations. It maintains this information in an online database.

Note: This is not a ranking by the NIH. This particular list includes awards in the U.S. during fiscal year 2017. The database uses frozen information for past fiscal years, so it may differ from current information displayed on RePORTER, a different NIH reporting tool.

Here are 20 health organizations that received the most NIH funding in fiscal year 2017 along with the amount they received, according to the online tool.

1. Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore): $651.8 million

2. University of California San Francisco: $593.9 million

3. University of Michigan (Ann Arbor): $521.8 million

4. University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia): $493.9 million

5. University of Pittsburgh: $485.3 million

6. Stanford (Calif.) University: $465.9 million

7. University of Washington (Seattle): $443.4 million

8. Duke University (Durham, N.C.): $440.3 million

9. Washington University (St. Louis): $435.6 million

10. Yale University (New Haven, Conn.): $425.2 million

11. University of California San Diego (La Jolla): $424.4 million

12. University of North Carolina Chapel Hill: $420 million

13. Columbia University Health Sciences (New York City): $402.7 million

14. University of California Los Angeles: $401.2 million

15. Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston): $394.5 million

16. Brigham and Women's Hospital (Boston): $390.5 million

17. Emory University (Atlanta): $325 million

18. Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (New York City): $317.8 million

19. University of Wisconsin-Madison: $298.1 million

20. Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center (Seattle): $284.7 million

Access the full online tracking tool here.

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