UCSF the Number one NIH-Funded Academic Med Center at $618.1m: The Top 10

Feb 20, 2020 | Blue Ridge Institute of Medical Research, National Institutes of Health, NIH, Research Funding

UCSF the Number one NIH-Funded Academic Med Center at $618.1m: The Top 10

University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) was the top National Institutes of Health (NIH) funded research center in the United States in 2019, followed by John Hopkins University and University of Pennsylvania. The total, annually calculated by Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research, reveals the elite of federally funded clinical research with UCSF significantly on top this past year at $618,195,571.

TrialSite News provides a link to the Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research website and a table highlighting the top 10 academic medical centers and their funding totals.

2019Academic Medical CenterAmount
1University of California, San Francisco$618,195,571
2Johns Hopkins University$518,723,479
3University of Pennsylvania$493,813,288
4Washington University$485,771,160
5Stanford University$468,381,417
6Yale University$451,476,354
7University of Pittsburgh$431,783,704
8Duke University$429,462,668
9.Columbia University Health Sciences$421,743,270
10.University of Michigan at Ann Arbor$398,199,892

TrialSite News congratulates University of California, San Francisco for being No. 1 in the nation as ranked by top NIH-funded centers. Kudos to number two, Johns Hopkins University, and University of Pennsylvania at third.

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