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CRISP link to: CRIPS

CRISP (Computer Retrieval of Information on Scientific Projects) is a searchable biomedical database of federally-supported proposed research conducted at universities, hospitals, and other research institutions.

Award Data for Individual Organizations link to: 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.

Please Note: After November 1, 2007, grantee institutions and organizations will not be able to update their information in the official publication file. If your organization has been awarded any grants between October 1 and September 30, organization officials have an opportunity to review the information and provide NIH with updated information to avoid errors in assignment of grants in subsequent official NIH reports. For more information, please see NOT-OD-07-094

Type in any part of an organization name above to search for an institution of interest.
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Historic Ranking Data

See the Glossary for terms used in Extramural Data and Award Trends.

Research Grants  link to: Research Grants

Award Trends link to: Award Trends

Research Grants are extramural awards made for Research Projects, Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfers (SBIR/STTRs), and Research Centers. Other Research Grants that are not classified as research projects or research centers are also included.

Award Trends cover all NIH awarding components and all other award activities.  Includes Awards by State and Foreign Site and Ranking Tables.   NIH RANKING LIST: Annually, NIH computes data on funding provided by NIH grants, cooperative agreements and contracts to universities, hospitals, and other institutions. The data do not reflect Institutional reorganizations, relocation of research, or changes to award levels made after the date the data are compiled. The Ranking Tables simply reflect the number and amount of awards made to each Institution; therefore, they should not be interpreted as conveying any other meaning or measurement.

Success Rates link to: Success Rates

Training and Career Awards link to: Training and Career Awards

Success rates indicate the percentage of reviewed Research Project Grant applications that receive funding.  This is computed on a fiscal year basis.  Dividing the number of competing applications funded by the total number of competing applications reviewed determines success rates.   Applications that have one or more amendments in the same fiscal year are only counted once.  Success rates for all activities are included.

Training and Career Awards support scientists in biomedical and behavioral sciences, and help professional schools establish, expand, or improve programs of continuing professional education. This section consists of institutional training grants (T), individual fellowships (F) and Research Career Awards (K).

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