Duke HNS&CS Ranks #9 in NIH Funding

The Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research has released the rankings of funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for U.S. medical schools in 2021, and Duke University has been ranked #9 for NIH funding among Otolaryngology departments. This new ranking is an increase from the department's #18 status in 2020. 

Dr. Bradley J. Goldstein, Vice Chair of Research for the Department of Head and Neck Surgery & Communication Sciences, says of the achievement:

“Research is a core aspect of our Department’s mission. The steady increase in NIH funding to our faculty reflects this commitment.”

Top Duke HNS&CS Principal Investigator

The Blue Ridge rankings also list the individual principal investigators (PIs) who have received funding from the NIH. One Duke faculty member was listed among the top 5 researchers nationally in departments of otolaryngology receiving NIH funding in 2021:

Susan Emmett

#4: Susan Emmett, MD, MPH
Associate Professor of Head and Neck Surgery & Communication Sciences
Division of Otology, Neurotology, and Skull Base Surgery