Biomedical research : issues related to increasing size of NIH grant awards : briefing report to the Chairman, Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies, Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives
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Growth in Research Grants
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1983 to fiscal According to NIH Adjusting for Inflation average awards increased average direct cost average grant award Average RPG Awards Awards in Current billion biomedical research BRDPI appears competing new grants competing renewals constant dollars costs for investigator-initiated costs of biomedical current dollars Dollars Fiscal equipment factors federal agencies fiscal years 1983 GNP deflator GNP implicit price grant budget Grants Funded grants management Health and Human Human Services human subjects implicit price deflator Increased Personnel Costs increases in noncompeting indirect cost rates intramural research investigator-initiated grant large incremental increases market basket NIH and HHS NIH data NIH funded NIH officials noncompeting continuation grants number of RPGs OMB Circular A-21 Percent change percent in 1985 percent of direct percent of total principal investigators recommend that HHS research and development research grant awards research project grants RPG funding size of research staff TCR model TCR process type of grant