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Biophysics grad school

Michael Anshel mikeat1140 at aol.com
Mon Apr 2 13:55:45 EST 2001

The level of NIH funding may provide some help in
locating a grad school of interest. See the listing from
Science below:


Rank 	Institution 	Funding($ millions)
1	Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore 	419.4
2	University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia 	321.3
3 	University of Washington, Seattle 	302.5
4	University of California, San Francisco 	295.3
5	Washington University, St. Louis 	279.5
6	University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 	260.4
7	Harvard University, Cambridge, MA	250.4
8	University of California, Los Angeles 	243.6
9	Yale University, New Haven, CT 	242.8
10	Columbia University, New York City 	226.7

Johns Hopkins University once again tops the list of recipients of funds from
the National Institutes of Health (NIH), according to preliminary 2000 figures
released by the U.S. government's biomedical megafunder. Only one school that
made the top 10 3 years ago--Stanford University--slipped off the list,
dropping from ninth to 12th place. It's been replaced by Columbia University,
which was 11th in 1997. NIH funding for these heavyweights grew by roughly 40%
from 1997 to 2000--keeping pace with the expansion of NIH's budget over the
same period.


<< Subject: Biophysics grad school
From: iwitten at Princeton.EDU  (Ilana Witten)
Date: Mon, Mar 26, 2001 9:15 PM
Message-id: <3ABC2707.46372B0E at princeton.edu>

    I am an undergraduate physics major at Princeton, earning a
Biophysics Certificate.  I would like to go to grad school in
biophysics, but I have no idea which programs are strongest.  I am
interested in nearly every field of quantitative biology, except perhaps
crystallography (no offense intended towards structural biologists).
Does anyone know of any rankings or other type of list that will help me
to make an informed decision about which biophysics grad school to
Ilana Witten >>


Professor Michael Anshel
Department of Computer Sciences R8/206
The City College of New York
New York,New York 10031
csmma at cs.ccny.cuny.edu 
MikeAt1140 at aol.com 

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