NIH, Fogarty see budget increases for Fiscal Year 2022
March/ April 2022 | Volume 21 Number 2
Photo courtesy of the Architect of the Capitol
President Joseph Biden signed into law the
Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2022 in March which provides budget increases for both NIH and Fogarty. NIH received $45 billion, a $2.2 billion rise from Fiscal Year 2021. Fogarty was allocated $87 million, a 3.4% rise.
The measure also included $20 million to study the mental health effects of COVID-19, $700 million for global health security to USAID, and $1 billion for HHS' Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health (ARPA-H ) initiative.
Fiscal Year 2022 began on Oct. 1, 2021.
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