10 medical schools with the most NIH funding in 2018

The nonprofit Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research compiled a list of U.S. medical schools that received the most funding from the National Institutes of Health in 2018.

For the rankings, the institute utilized data on all of the research and development contracts the NIH awarded in 2018.

The top 10 medical schools that received the most in NIH funding in 2018:

1. UCSF School of Medicine (San Francisco) — $577.72 million
2. The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (Baltimore) — $469.64 million
3. Stanford (Calif.) University School of Medicine — $456.27 million
4. Washington University School of Medicine at St. Louis — $449.34 million
5. Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia) — $425.23 million
6. University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine — $415.67 million
7. Yale School of Medicine (New Haven, Conn.) — $407.46 million
8. Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians & Surgeons (New York City) — $407.42 million
9. Duke University School of Medicine (Durham, N.C.) — $384.59 million
10. University of Michigan Medical School (Ann Arbor) — $372.60 million

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