University of Minnesota Medical School Ranks 27th in the 2019 NIH Rankings

The Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research annually recognizes Medical School Programs throughout the United States for their funding by the National Institute of Health (NIH). In 2019, the University of Minnesota Medical School was ranked 27th nationally. This was an improvement from previous years such as 2018 and 2017, where the school was ranked 30th and 33rd respectively. In addition to this prestigious ranking, five of the University’s Medical School departments, including the Department of Pediatrics, were ranked within the top 10 for department-specific rankings, showing the continued progress of the University of Minnesota’s Medical School.

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