Award Data for Individual Organizations
The NIH tracks its funding of critical medical research and other support at
universities, hospitals, small businesses and other organizations, and annually
compiles this information and makes it available to the public. Up to now, this
funding information was available in the form of tables that showed comparative
rankings in terms of dollars received.
The NIH no longer will provide these comparative ranking tables on its medical
research funding. Instead,
NIH has developed a Web-based tool that allows you to determine the dollars awarded
to any one organization or department. The tool will also allow you to download
aggregate data, on a per fiscal year basis, so that you can conduct your own analysis.
This change comes in part from responses received from the grantee community that
suggested that the current ranking tables were not necessary (see NIH Guide
notice Request for Information on the Plan to Recognize Multiple Principal Investigators on NIH Grants) and in part by the establishment of Multiple Investigator Awards (see NIH Guide notice Establishment of Multiple Principal Investigator Awards for the Support of Team Science Projects) making the total dollar amounts of funds received by individual departments impractical.
The information is provided as a snapshot in time. Changes in information from events such as institutional reorganizations,
or post-award budgetary adjustments, will not be included until the next scheduled update. The dollar amounts provided
are the sum of both direct and indirect costs for each fiscal year. They do not represent total funding for the life of a particular research project.
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