Florida State University Leads Public Nursing Schools in Federal Research Funding

Welcome to the latest news from Florida State University’s College of Nursing, where excellence in research is making waves nationally!

First and foremost, FSU’s College of Nursing has secured the top spot in national rankings for federal research funding among public nursing schools. With a remarkable total of $18.7 million in combined federal funding from various agencies, including the NIH, CDC, and FDA, FSU is leading the way in advancing healthcare through innovative research.

Specifically, the university has been focusing on projects related to HIV prevention, mental health, chronic disease management, and more. These initiatives, such as the Institute on Digital Health and Innovation and the NIH Florida FIRST Health Science Brigades, are paving the way for groundbreaking solutions in healthcare.

When compared to both public and private institutions, FSU’s College of Nursing ranks fourth overall, trailing only behind Columbia University, the University of Pennsylvania, and the University of California, San Francisco. This achievement highlights FSU’s commitment to impactful research that has a national impact and supports the development of future healthcare leaders.

Dean Jing Wang expressed the college’s dedication to continuous improvement, aiming to attract more NIH-funded projects to generate knowledge that significantly improves healthcare.


For more information on this exciting news, you can visit the official website.

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