NIH's 10 top-funded research organizations for 2016

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With the White House proposing billions in cuts for the National Institutes of Health, experts are voicing concern regarding the potential affect these budget reductions could have on funding for biomedical research.

Here's a look at the 10 organizations that received the most NIH funding in 2016.

1. Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore) — $650,878,713

2. University of California, San Francisco — $577,576,919

3. University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) — $486,690,808

4. University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia) — $478,866,008

5. University of Pittsburgh — $475,851,374

6. University of Washington (Seattle) — $458,217,212

7. Stanford (Calif.) University — $427,012,784

8. Duke University (Durham, N.C.) — $416,881,431

9. University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill) — $412,385,487

10. Yale University (New Haven, Conn.) — $407,245,439

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