Emergency medicine leads the way in NIH-funded projects

November 20, 2017  //  FOUND IN: Michigan Medicine News

According to the National Institutes of Health project reporter, U-M is leading the way in NIH emergency medicine-funded research projects.

The organization’s emergency medicine team holds 21 of 122 grants and $9.4 million of the total $45.33 million in emergency medicine funding, or 20.8 percent. The second largest university in project total is Oregon Health & Science University with nine projects ($3.4 million in funding), and the second largest university in funding is University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill with $5 million (two projects funded).

Congratulations to all of the organization’s emergency medicine colleagues on their exceptional work!

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