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Hopkins #1 in NIH funding

For the tenth straight year, the National Institutes of Health annual summary of grants to medical schools ranks The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine the top recipient of federal research dollars in the United States.

The rankings, covering fiscal year 2001 (October 1, 2000 to September 30, 2001), showed that Hopkins earned $334 million in grants, a $33 million increase over 2000's $301 million. Hopkins also ranked second among the nation's top medical schools in training grants, with $14 million awarded in this category.

For the full list of medical schools and dollar amounts, visit the NIH Web site at: http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/award/rank/medttl.htm

In addition to the positive impact these funds have on advancing medical knowledge and treatment, there is a similar impact on the economic health of the Baltimore metropolitan region, according to Hopkins officials. New health technologies and high-tech firms have been created as a result of these research funds, and hundreds of Hopkins researchers and staff supported by this funding add their purchasing power and tax dollars to the regional economy.


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Contact: Gary Stephenson
gstephenson@jhmi.edu
410-955-5384
Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions
21-Mar-2002


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