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NYU Schools Make Big Leaps in Federal Research Funding

January 3, 2013

In recent years, three of NYU’s health-care schools—the College of Nursing, College of Dentistry, and School of Medicine—have made major gains in rankings for federal research funding. According to statistics provided by the National Institutes of Health (the main source of federal funding for the medical and biomedical fields) the chart at left is a look at the evolution of NYU’s place among the leaders in research.


NIH Research Funding by Year / Rank

College of Nursing

2012: 5

2009: 19

2006*: 46


College of Dentistry

2011: 4

2008: 9

2002: 16


School of Medicine

2012: 24

2008: 35

2002:  36


*Former Division of Nursing became College of Nursing in 2005

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NYU Schools Make Big Leaps in  Federal Research Funding

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