Three UF Medicine programs rank in top 5 nationally for 2023 NIH funding

The college achieved record-setting $169M in total NIH research award funding

By: Emily Mavrakis
A bar graph titled "College of Medicine NIH Funding" shows a bar graph with eight blue bars ranging from 2016 to 2023, increasing every year. A legend shows that the highest bar in 2023 reaches 169 million dollars. A blue arrow is above the bars, curving right and up. The University of Florida logo is in orange below the graph. With more than $169 million in National Institutes of Health funding in 2023, the UF College of Medicine achieved the rank of No. 21 in NIH funding among public universities, according to data published by the Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research. Graphic by Emily Mavrakis

Fast facts

  • UF Medicine received a record $169M in National Institutes of Health Funding in 2023

  • 3 clinical programs ranked in the top 5 nationally

  • 10 clincial programs ranked in the top 20 among public institutions

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