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NIH, Fogarty see budget increases for Fiscal Year 2022

March/ April 2022 | Volume 21 Number 2

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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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