Rankings Updates | 2014
The BRIMR rankings are derived each year from data compiled and released by the National Institutes of Health shortly after the federal fiscal year closes. The NIH posts this data on its Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tool (RePORT) website in the form of a master Excel spreadsheet file called “Worldwide”, accessible under the “Awards by Location” tab.
When one grant at a medical school is transferred from one department to another, the following files are updated: the initial department and its PI counterpart; the new department and its PI counterpart; Table 1 and Tables 3-7.
6 January 2015: updates for the University of Southern California from its School of Arts and Sciences to the Department of Otolaryngology
10 February 2015: updates for the University of Arizona from the Department of Physiology to the Department of Anatomy/Cell Biology
7 March 2015: updates for the University of Illinois Chicago from Biochemistry to Pharmacology and the Top Ten file
22 March 2015: updates for the University of Colorado Denver from Internal Medicine to Anesthesiology
1 April 2015: updates for the University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing and the Top Ten file
20 April 2015: updates for the University of South Florida from Medicine to Physiology
17 May 2015 New Table 11: Rank of Each School of Medicine from 2014-2001
27 June 2015: updates for UAB Surgery and Neurosurgery and Duke Medicine and Surgery and the Top Ten
21 July 2015: updates for the University of Utah from Physiology to Medicine and the School of Medicine file (Table 2)
25 July 2015: New Tables 12, 13, and 14 on Funding Ranking by State and per Capita Ranking by State
7 August 2015: updates for the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School including Medicine, Pathology, Pediatrics, Pharmacology, Radiology, Surgery, and the School of Medicine
22 September 2015: updates for Yale including Emergency Medicine, Surgery, and Top Ten
11 December 2015: updates for the direct/indirect cost allocation in Table 2
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