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  • $16,079 M (Basic Research)$10,720 M (Applied-Clinical Research)$3,248 M (Applied-other than Clinical Research)$108 M (Training & Overhead)Applied Research: Systematic study to gain knowledge or understanding necessary to determine the means by which a recognized and specific need may be met.Basic Research: Systematic study directed toward fuller knowledge or understanding of the fundamental aspects of phenomena and of observable facts without specific applications towards processes or products in mind. Basic research, however, may include activities with broad applications in mind.Clinical Research (RCDC Definition): Patient-oriented research-research conducted with human subjects (or on material of human origin such as tissues, specimens, and cognitive phenomena) for which an investigator (or colleague) directly interacts with human subjects. Excluded from this definition are in vitro studies that utilize human tissues but do not deal directly with patients. In other words, clinical or patient-oriented research is research in which it is necessary to know the identity of the patients from whom the cells or tissues under study are derived.
  • Change in Real Terms from 20032010 2011 (H.R. 1473) 2012 PB-11.24% -14.62% -14.26%Change in Real Terms from 19982010 2011 (H.R. 1473) 2012 PB11.29% 38.77% 39.35%
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    • 1. NIH-Supported Collaborations in Europe and EU CountriesCenter December 2011
    • 2. NIH Extramural & Intramural Funding FY 2011 Enacted: $30.9 Billion Spending at NIH – $3.3 B Intramural Research – $1.5 B Research Management & Support $5.0 B – $0.2 B Buildings and Facilities, Other 16%Spending Outside NIH $25.9 B – Supports over 325,000 Scientists & 84% Research Personnel – Supports over 3,000 Institutions
    • 3. FY 2010 Percent Distribution of Basic and Clinical Research of Total NIH Budget of $30.9 Billion USD Training & R&D Facilities Overhead Applied Research 0.3% 2.6% (Other) 10.5% Basic Research 52.0% Applied Research (Clinical) 34.6%
    • 4. NIH Supported Research in EU Countries FY 2007 - FY 2011 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011Foreign Direct 219 210 200 192 186Domestic/Foreign Component 1038 1070 1431 1877 1878
    • 5. NIH Supported Research in Europe FY 2011 Finland 3% Italy Denmark 6% Sweden 6% 3% Switzerland Spain 7% 4% Belgium 2% Ireland Netherlands Austria 2% 8% 2% NorwayFrance 1% Total 8% Grants Greece 2064 1% Hungary Iceland 1% 1% Poland Germany 1% 14% Other Czech 3% Republic 1% United Kingdom 28%
    • 6. NIH-Support Research in EU Countries By Institute FY 2011 Other NCI 19% 20%NICHD 5% NIMH 6% NIAID 16% NIDDK 10% NIGMS NHLBI 13% 11%
    • 7. Bottom-up research results seem to work…Nobel Laureates 1950-2011 …supported by NIH grants at some point in their careers Total U.S. Foreign (EU) Physiology/Medicine* 86 73 13 (11) Chemistry** 46 37 9 (4) Economics 4 4 0 (0)*Four of these were NIH intramural scientists** One of these was an NIH intramural scientist
    • 8. Number of NIH Hosted Visiting Scientists/Fellows from Europe FY 2010 Romania 14 Slovakia 11 Sweden 29 Switzerland 12 Turkey 33 Portugal 14 Spain 62 Poland 42 Norway 9Netherlands 28 United Kingdom 114 Other 33 Austria 15 Belgium 11 Italy 161 Czech Republic 16 Denmark 14 Finland 11 France 153 Ireland 25 Hungary 32 Greece 26 Germany 156 N = 947 EU Member States x Average Stipend Cost of $50,000/yr = $47.35 million
    • 9. Challenges to Biomedical Research Appropriation History vs. Actual Purchasing Power FY 1998 Appropriation – FY 2012 Presidential Budget ($ in billions) $40 $35(in billions) $30 $25 $20 $15 $10 $5 $0 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 PB ARRA ARRA in 1998 Dollars Appropriation Appropriation in 1998 Dollars
    • 10. Grant Success Rates FY 1978-2012 ?
    • 11. Useful LinksEU member countries biomedical and behavioral researchers can seek contacts in the U.S. academicresearch community through a search of the NIH Office of Extramural Research website. This offerssuch researchers an opportunity to search for their areas of interest vis-à-vis U.S. researchers areworking on related areas throughout the United States. See: http://grants.nih.gov/grants/oer.htmEU researchers could also usefully search www.clinicaltrials.gov for possible contacts.NIH Research Portfolio Online Tools system can also be searched potential researchcollaborators: http://report.nih.gov/index.aspxAnother potentially useful searchable resource is: www.grants.govSpecial guidance for foreign researchopportunities: http://grants.nih.gov/grants/foreign/special_guidance.htm
    • 12. Thank you George Herrfurth Multilateral Affairs CoordinatorEuropean Regional Affairs Officer Fogarty International Center george.herrfurth@nih.gov

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