|Bringing Millions to Michigan: UM Med School 6th In NIH Funding|
Tuesday, November 22, 2011 (958 reads)
GLITR Report/November 22, 2011
Research at the University of Michigan Medical School brought hundreds of millions of dollars into the state of Michigan in the last year — and could have a total economic impact of nearly $1.2 billion, new data show. The school rose to sixth among all medical schools in terms of total funding from the federal National Institutes of Health, and second among medical schools affiliated with public universities. It is the school’s fourth consecutive year in the top 10.