Rockefeller University

Rockefeller University, whose motto is “Science for the benefit of humanity”, was established in 1901. Rockefeller is a private university with an endowment of $1.5 billion located in New York City. The university was originally called the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research and currently conducts research in medical fields such as biochemistry, molecular cell & developmental biology, medical sciences & human genetics, and neuroscience in 73 laboratories. Clinical research is conducted at the Rockefeller University Hospital. Selected diseases under study include HIV/AIDS, cancer, autism, and hepatitis. Since 1912, 23 faculty members have won Nobel Prizes of which six are currently faculty members.

Total staff score
1661 points
# Scientist Country Public Score Academic Score Overall Score
Paul Greengard
Paul Greengard
Biologist (Molecular and cellular function of neurons)
United States 1 1321 1322
Roderick MacKinnon
Roderick MacKinnon
Chemist (Chemist)
United States 0 339 339