Emory Department of Biochemistry Ranks 26th in NIH Funding for 2013

The Department of Biochemistry of the Emory University School of Medicine ranked 26th in NIH Funding for 2013, among 104 institutions listed, according to The Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research.  The Department of Biochemistry funding for 2013 was $7,055,523.  

The information can be found in updated data tables of NIH Funding to US Medical Schools, covering fiscal years 2006-2013, on The Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research website. The data contained in the tables were obtained from the NIH’s Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tool (RePORT).

The goal of The Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research is to explore the interfaces of fundamental biological science, clinical science, and clinical care with a special emphasis on targeted cancer therapy.