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Rollins ranks fifth in NIH funding

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Among schools of public health in the U.S., Rollins is ranked fifth in National Institutes of Health funding, with 88 awards for a total of $41,658,695 in funding. This represents a 22 percent increase over last year, when Rollins claimed 76 NIH awards for a total of $34,093,420.

Funding from all sources, including NIH, totaled $131,678,383 in fiscal year 2017.

“Rollins faculty continue to shine,” says Dr. Gary Miller, Asa Griggs Candler Professor and associate dean for research. “Our strong research base advances the science of public health and provides outstanding training opportunities for our students.” 

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