Posted on Mar 9, 2016

USF Nursing tops Florida state universities in NIH ranking [VIDEO]

USF College of Nursing has been ranked No. 1 in National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding among Florida state universities and No. 24 in the United States.

USF Nursing received more than $1.6 million in NIH grants in 2015, based on a new report from NIH and Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research.

“We are proud to be among the nation’s top research colleges,” said Cindy Munro, PhD, professor and associate dean of research and innovation at USF College of Nursing. “This rank is a wonderful recognition of our faculty and their research excellence. This accomplishment does not only enhance our reputation, but it also draws new faculty and PhD students to the college, and further accelerate our research plans.”

USF Nursing leads in NIH ranking in Florida state system

With grant support, USF Nursing scientists have been trailblazers in groundbreaking research in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), mindfulness-based stress reduction, cancer pain management, pre-term babies, Alzheimer’s, heart disease, oral care, sexual trauma and more.

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