Top NIH grants, grantees in 2007

It's the end of the year, so time to count the number of pennies the NIH has doled out in the last 12 months. Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News linkurl:published a list;http://www.genengnews.com/news/bnitem.aspx?name=28380062 of the top 20 PIs of the year, and Barton F. Haynes at Duke University ($46,482,429) sits at the top of that pyramid. The best-funded institutions were Johns Hopkins University ($566,516,255) and the University of Pennsylvania ($434,874,723). The list is some

By | January 2, 2008

It's the end of the year, so time to count the number of pennies the NIH has doled out in the last 12 months. Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News linkurl:published a list;http://www.genengnews.com/news/bnitem.aspx?name=28380062 of the top 20 PIs of the year, and Barton F. Haynes at Duke University ($46,482,429) sits at the top of that pyramid. The best-funded institutions were Johns Hopkins University ($566,516,255) and the University of Pennsylvania ($434,874,723). The list is somewhat deceiving, since Harvard doesn't make the top 25 because its independent hospitals are not included in the institution's total. It deserves to be there: In 2004, Harvard and its five domestic hospitals linkurl:brought in a total;http://www.the-scientist.com/article/display/24101/ of $852 million in extramural awards. The linkurl:source;http://www.nihsales.com/ of the 2007 information is NIH Sales, which analyzes the agency's funding.
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