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Top NIH grant funding by institutions, states for 2010

March 7, 2011 3:10 pm by | 2 Comments

With NIH budget cuts a real possibility, it’s interesting to see who has the most to lose.

Johns Hopkins University led all institutions in funding from the National Institutes of Health last year with $686 million. Meanwhile, California receives more NIH dollars than any other state, according to a third-party analysis that combined NIH and American Recovery and Reinvestment Act dollars from last year.

The NIH is the largest funder of biomedical research in the world.

A ranking of the Top 100 institutions getting NIH grants, followed by a ranking of all 50 states, is below. Johns Hopkins’ is a runaway leader in getting NIH grants, followed next by the University of Pennsylvania ($577 million), University of Washington ($571 million), University of Michigan ($565 million) and University of California San Francisco ($538 million).

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Look at the list and consider the debate over NIH budget cuts and increases currently going on in Congress. President Obama has proposed upping by $1 billion the agency’s $31.3 billion budget in fiscal 2012, saying that biomedical research is “essential” to the health of individuals and the economy. House Republicans have taken the opposite tack, proposing $1 billion in NIH budget cuts to rein in federal spending in a move that they, too, say will help the economy (nevermind if that latter view isn’t supported by basic economics).

The data below combines information regarding direct NIH grants in 2010 with research dollars awarded as part of 2009′s federal stimulus package. The figures are often adjusted during the course of the following year, so the final 2010 amounts could change slightly.

2010 Rank Organization Name (Top 100 Only) 2010 Total
1 JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY $686,498,501
2 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA $577,004,981
3 UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON $570,724,570
4 UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN AT ANN ARBOR $565,089,054
5 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO $537,661,269
6 UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH AT PITTSBURGH $492,956,429
7 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY $449,470,281
8 YALE UNIVERSITY $442,396,184
9 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SAN DIEGO $441,046,681
10 DUKE UNIVERSITY $438,916,636
11 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES $436,605,202
12 STANFORD UNIVERSITY $413,486,858
13 MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL $382,510,054
14 UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA CHAPEL HILL $382,338,687
15 VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY $374,217,555
16 BRIGHAM AND WOMEN’S HOSPITAL $355,576,129
17 COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES $333,946,704
18 EMORY UNIVERSITY $315,017,042
19 UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN MADISON $305,731,118
20 UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA TWIN CITIES $303,805,052
21 HARVARD UNIVERSITY (MEDICAL SCHOOL) $255,666,557
22 SCRIPPS RESEARCH INSTITUTE $245,053,585
23 BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE $243,564,418
24 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA $242,240,492
25 FRED HUTCHINSON CANCER RESEARCH CENTER $236,818,428
26 UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA AT BIRMINGHAM $232,149,968
27 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA DAVIS $230,500,475
28 UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO $230,482,328
29 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY $230,478,443
30 OREGON HEALTH AND SCIENCE UNIVERSITY $222,101,996
31 UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER $210,062,998
32 UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SW MED CTR/DALLAS $208,957,905
33 MAYO CLINIC $205,508,120
34 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BALTIMORE $201,891,157
35 UNIVERSITY OF IOWA $198,637,831
36 ALBERT EINSTEIN COL OF MED YESHIVA UNIV $196,956,856
37 UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO DENVER $191,814,330
38 UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS MD ANDERSON CAN CTR $189,208,641
39 CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY $185,419,291
40 OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY $180,484,896
41 MOUNT SINAI SCHOOL OF MEDICINE OF NYU $180,312,503
42 NEW YORK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE $180,234,587
43 UNIV OF MASSACHUSETTS MED SCH WORCESTER $179,860,581
44 UNIVERSITY OF UTAH $166,530,686
45 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO $164,853,637
46 DANA-FARBER CANCER INSTITUTE $161,270,476
47 UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA $159,190,769
48 UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA CHARLOTTESVILLE $157,253,708
49 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY $155,398,935
50 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA IRVINE $153,637,299
51 BETH ISRAEL DEACONESS MEDICAL CENTER $153,575,776
52 SLOAN-KETTERING INSTITUTE FOR CANCER RES $145,968,642
53 INDIANA UNIV-PURDUE UNIV AT INDIANAPOLIS $143,431,642
54 HARVARD UNIVERSITY (SCH OF PUBLIC HLTH) $137,774,371
55 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BERKELEY $137,349,166
56 WEILL MEDICAL COLLEGE OF CORNELL UNIV $132,055,999
57 BROAD INSTITUTE, INC. $131,975,441
58 BOSTON UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CAMPUS $129,127,371
59 CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL BOSTON $125,791,585
60 UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SCHOOL OF MEDICINE $125,425,202
61 UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HLTH SCI CTR HOUSTON $123,269,433
62 UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI $123,139,485
63 MEDICAL UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA $115,649,456
64 UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY $113,451,485
65 WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES $111,733,327
66 UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA $109,180,233
67 MEDICAL COLLEGE OF WISCONSIN $108,055,811
68 DARTMOUTH COLLEGE $106,250,013
69 CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL MED CTR (CINCINNATI) $106,170,491
70 CHILDRENS HOSPITAL OF PHILADELPHIA $98,880,899
71 UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS MEDICAL BR GALVESTON $97,028,467
72 UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HLTH SCI CTR SAN ANT $96,776,484
73 VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY $91,772,510
74 CLEVELAND CLINIC LERNER COL/MED-CWRU $90,305,745
75 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS URBANA-CHAMPAIGN $83,600,203
76 STATE UNIVERSITY NEW YORK STONY BROOK $82,827,125
77 PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY-UNIV PARK $81,806,731
78 CORNELL UNIVERSITY ITHACA $80,486,641
79 SANFORD-BURNHAM MEDICAL RESEARCH INSTIT $79,424,834
80 RUTGERS THE ST UNIV OF NJ NEW BRUNSWICK $77,763,219
81 ST. JUDE CHILDREN’S RESEARCH HOSPITAL $77,111,589
82 UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA MEDICAL CENTER $74,303,031
83 UNIV OF MED/DENT OF NJ-NJ MEDICAL SCHOOL $74,235,574
84 ROCKEFELLER UNIVERSITY $74,107,352
85 HARVARD UNIVERSITY $74,048,417
86 BROWN UNIVERSITY $72,918,406
87 THOMAS JEFFERSON UNIVERSITY $72,557,159
88 UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO $71,348,300
89 UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS MED SCIS LTL ROCK $70,548,849
90 UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT & ST AGRIC COLLEGE $69,693,633
91 UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AUSTIN $69,186,660
92 TEMPLE UNIVERSITY $68,788,892
93 WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY $68,651,015
94 UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER $67,039,713
95 TULANE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA $65,926,975
96 GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY $65,293,925
97 UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE $64,601,981
98 KAISER FOUNDATION RESEARCH INSTITUTE $63,337,231
99 TUFTS UNIVERSITY BOSTON $63,225,389
100 PURDUE UNIVERSITY WEST LAFAYETTE $62,869,986

Here is a list of funding by state.

State Ranking 2010 ARRA/NIH 2010 NIH 2010 ARRA
CALIFORNIA 1 $3,902,245,392 $3,212,731,458 $689,513,934
MASSACHUSETTS 2 $2,847,963,245 $2,359,471,180 $488,492,065
NEW YORK 3 $2,379,757,021 $1,943,932,870 $435,824,151
PENNSYLVANIA 4 $1,667,334,589 $1,382,639,194 $284,695,395
TEXAS 5 $1,288,114,111 $1,058,464,043 $229,650,068
MARYLAND 6 $1,097,417,985 $918,648,785 $178,769,200
NORTH CAROLINA 7 $1,063,163,106 $896,708,944 $166,454,162
WASHINGTON 8 $990,886,953 $823,182,449 $167,704,504
ILLINOIS 9 $871,138,438 $719,502,988 $151,635,450
OHIO 10 $778,099,678 $643,569,678 $134,530,000
MICHIGAN 11 $732,071,670 $605,920,992 $126,150,678
CONNECTICUT 12 $560,576,906 $464,349,198 $96,227,708
TENNESSEE 13 $558,695,040 $468,462,967 $90,232,073
MISSOURI 14 $557,695,333 $471,797,462 $85,897,871
MINNESOTA 15 $535,417,446 $461,349,095 $74,068,351
GEORGIA 16 $520,151,055 $417,191,095 $102,959,960
FLORIDA 17 $497,546,235 $380,344,627 $117,201,608
WISCONSIN 18 $442,946,884 $362,706,968 $80,239,916
COLORADO 19 $353,310,355 $283,559,125 $69,751,230
OREGON 20 $341,553,814 $278,117,217 $63,436,597
VIRGINIA 21 $325,069,013 $275,577,267 $49,491,746
ALABAMA 22 $288,541,375 $238,572,416 $49,968,959
NEW JERSEY 23 $282,235,221 $228,509,642 $53,725,579
INDIANA 24 $265,325,807 $200,774,587 $64,551,220
IOWA 25 $228,325,143 $190,841,825 $37,483,318
DIST OF COL 26 $222,683,777 $176,739,232 $45,944,545
ARIZONA 27 $202,575,954 $147,824,739 $54,751,215
KENTUCKY 28 $181,805,341 $135,043,465 $46,761,876
UTAH 29 $177,350,702 $137,005,969 $40,344,733
SOUTH CAROLINA 30 $164,579,419 $140,897,521 $23,681,898
RHODE ISLAND 31 $163,904,211 $147,498,917 $16,405,294
LOUISIANA 32 $158,801,821 $130,513,106 $28,288,715
NEW MEXICO 33 $127,514,470 $97,678,113 $29,836,357
KANSAS 34 $121,970,402 $103,049,650 $18,920,752
NEBRASKA 35 $120,792,840 $89,359,115 $31,433,725
NEW HAMPSHIRE 36 $108,056,259 $84,939,521 $23,116,738
OKLAHOMA 37 $99,924,488 $77,353,619 $22,570,869
ARKANSAS 38 $82,634,972 $61,751,574 $20,883,398
MAINE 39 $70,708,813 $63,314,603 $7,394,210
VERMONT 40 $70,193,750 $57,289,236 $12,904,514
PUERTO RICO 41 $68,085,731 $59,102,295 $8,983,436
HAWAII 42 $61,741,943 $56,964,137 $4,777,806
MONTANA 43 $51,438,332 $29,117,297 $22,321,035
MISSISSIPPI 44 $47,673,402 $31,702,666 $15,970,736
DELAWARE 45 $41,991,157 $31,713,951 $10,277,206
WEST VIRGINIA 46 $41,584,450 $23,227,760 $18,356,690
NEVADA 47 $21,374,225 $17,895,511 $3,478,714
ALASKA 48 $20,931,685 $11,027,353 $9,904,332
SOUTH DAKOTA 49 $17,802,013 $15,522,106 $2,279,907
NORTH DAKOTA 50 $16,713,465 $14,371,057 $2,342,408
IDAHO 51 $13,836,408 $8,276,796 $5,559,612
WYOMING 52 $7,751,776 $7,680,276 $71,500
2010 TOTAL
$25,860,003,621 $21,243,785,657 $4,616,217,964
AVERAGE
$497,307,762

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