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NIH funding by congressional district for fiscal 2013

The data do not include projects funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009

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Funding by district in Massachusetts
In millions of dollars
DISTRICT
AWARDS
FUNDING
1st
6
$1.23M
2nd
400
$164.6M
3rd
22
$7.89M
4th
58
$22.85M
5th
395
$182.1M
6th
38
$2.03M
7th
3,575
$1,770.5M
8th
472
$199.6M
9th
38
$12.1M
Massachusetts�?? Seventh Congressional District receives the most NIH funding in the country. The district includes most of Boston, Cambridge, Chelsea, Everett, Milton, Randolph, and Somerville.
Top 10 by organization in Massachusetts
In millions of dollars
ORGANIZATION
FUNDING
MGH
$324.0M
Brigham & Women's
$315.9M
Harvard Medical School
$185.2M
UMass Med. School Worcester
$130.3M
Children's Hospital Corp.
$126.8M
Beth Israel Deaconess
$118.2M
Harvard School Public Health
$115.9M
Dana-Farber Cancer Inst.
$115.8M
BU Medical Campus
$107.8M
Broad Institute
$98.6M

DATA: National Institutes of Health

Chiqui Esteban/Globe Staff

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