C National Institutes of Health Funding Tables

TABLE C-1 Total NIH Funding by Institute, Center, and Division, 102

TABLE C-2 Total NIH Funding by Mechanism, 103

TABLE C-3 Total NIH Funding for Basic, Applied, and Development Research and Development, 104

TABLE C-4 Total NIH Funding by Disease or Area of Research, 105

TABLE C-5 NIH Funding from the Cancer Research Initiative by Institute, Center, and Division, 107

TABLE C-6 NIH Funding from the Diabetes Research Initiative by Institute, Center, and Division, 108

TABLE C-7 Estimates of Costs and NIH Support of Related Research for the 10 Leading Diseases or Conditions Causing Death in the United States, 109

The acronyms used in these tables are defined in the list of acronyms on p. xi.



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--> C National Institutes of Health Funding Tables TABLE C-1 Total NIH Funding by Institute, Center, and Division, 102 TABLE C-2 Total NIH Funding by Mechanism, 103 TABLE C-3 Total NIH Funding for Basic, Applied, and Development Research and Development, 104 TABLE C-4 Total NIH Funding by Disease or Area of Research, 105 TABLE C-5 NIH Funding from the Cancer Research Initiative by Institute, Center, and Division, 107 TABLE C-6 NIH Funding from the Diabetes Research Initiative by Institute, Center, and Division, 108 TABLE C-7 Estimates of Costs and NIH Support of Related Research for the 10 Leading Diseases or Conditions Causing Death in the United States, 109 The acronyms used in these tables are defined in the list of acronyms on p. xi.

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--> TABLE C-1 Total NIH Funding by Institute, Center, and Division (in thousands of dollars) Institute, Center, or Division FY 1998 Estimate FY 1999 Estimate NCI $2,320,900 $2,536,061 NHLBI 1,522,178 1,646,479 NIDR 195,922 214,559 NIDDK 858,478 927,492 NINDS 754,370 815,649 NIAID 650,186 702,040 NIGMS 1,037,253 1,114,886 NICHD 607,281 654,716 NEI 346,036 374,356 NIEHS 323,556 348,090 NIA 517,369 556,070 NIAMS 270,369 291,053 NIDCD 198,857 213,834 NIMH 649,363 701,790 NIDA 359,777 395,129 NIAAA 212,722 230,243 NINR 58,043 62,416 NHGRI 214,657 236,996 NCRR 371,506 422,995 FIC 17,678 19,105 NLM 157,814 171,253 Office of the Director 201,118 212,949 Buildings and facilities 195,357 218,886 Office of AIDS Research 1,607,053 1,730,796 Total budget authority 13,647,843 14,797,843   SOURCE: National Institutes of Health, FY 1999 President's Budget, 1998, p. 9.

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--> TABLE C-2 Total NIH Funding by Mechanism (in thousands of dollars) Mechanism FY 1997 Budget Authority FY 1998 Estimate FY 1999 Estimate Research project grants (RPGs) Noncompeting $4,998,308 $5,487,847 $5,719,127 Administrative supplements 89,123 76,341 82,019 Competing 1,817,248 1,905,898 2,280,898 SBIR/STTR 249,885 262,300 289,462 Total RPGs 7,154,564 7,732,416 8,371,506 Research centers 1,086,282 1,166,974 1,253,450 Other research 583,005 641,140 743,245 Research training 417,087 429,820 510,731 R&D contracts 844,253 880,260 953,601 Intramural research 1,345,287 1,416,161 1,502,359 Research management and support 485,018 493,545 507,832 Cancer control 231,918 254,731 277,707 Construction 22,876 23,000 23,000 National Library of Medicine 150,376 161,185 174,725 Office of the Director 229,717 241,654 254,701 Subtotal 12,550,383 13,440,886 14,572,857 Buildings and facilities 200,000 206,957 224,986 Total budget authority 12,750,383 13,647,843 14,797,843 NOTE: SBIR = Small Business Innovation Research; STTR = Small Business Technology Transfer. SOURCE: National Institutes of Health, FY 1999 President's Budget, 1998, p. 12.

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--> TABLE C-3 Total NIH Funding for Basic, Applied, and Development Research and Development (in millions of dollars) Type of Research FY 1997 Budget Authority FY 1998 Estimate FY 1999 Estimate Basic research $6,851.4 $7,359.9 $7,976.0 (% of total) (57.1) (57.2) (57.3) Applied research 3,669.5 3,937.5 4,199.8 (% of total) (30.6) (30.6) (30.2) Development 1,473.5 1,569.5 1,739.2 (% of total) (12.3) (12.2) (12.5) Total research 11,994.4 12,866.9 13,915.0 R&D facilities 222.9 229.9 248.0 Training and overhead 533.1 551.0 634.8 Total appropriation 12,750.4 13,647.8 14,797.8   SOURCE: Office of Financial Management, NIH, 1998.

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--> TABLE C-4 Total NIH Funding by Disease or Area of Research (in millions of dollars) Disease or Area of Research FY 1997 Budget Authority FY 1998 Estimate FY 1999 Estimate Aginga $978 $1,039 $1,118 AIDSb 1,501 1,607 1,731 Minority AIDS 282 300 323 Pediatric AIDS 165 174 188 Vaccines 130 153 180 Alzheimer's disease 329 349 375 Biotechnology research 5,147 5,453 5,898 Cancer researcha 2,761 2,942 3,232 Breast cancera 411 433 458 Breast cancer, genetic 95 100 106 Lung cancer 143 151 161 Prostate cancer 105 114 122 Cardiovascular research 1,080 1,155 1,223 Chronic fatigue syndrome 7 8 8 Cystic fibrosis 70 74 79 Decade of the brain (brain disorders) 2,539 2,696 2,902 Diabetesc 320 373 415 Diagnostic radiology 239 249 269 Diethylstilbestrol 4 5 5 Emerging infectious diseases 90 99 108 Epstein-Barr virus 24 25 27 Chronic fatigue syndrome 7 8 8 Fibromyalgia 2 3 3 Gene mapping 848 915 988 Gene therapy 253 269 288 Health and behavioral research 904 954 1,027 Hepatitisc 25 30 34 Human fetal tissue research 19 20 21 Hypertension 165 175 189 Immunology 1,274 1,357 1,458 Infant mortality (low birth weight) 314 331 353 Kidney disease 196 209 225 Lupus 34 36 39 Nutrition 452 474 507 Osteoporosisa 112 121 132

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--> Disease or Area of Research FY 1997 Budget Authority FY 1998 Estimate FY 1999 Estimate Parkinson's disease $89 $98 $107 Direct 36 41 45 Indirect 54 57 62 Pediatric research 1,604 1,706 1,837 Preventiona 3,225 3,455 3,751 NCI primary prevention 486 510 528 Rehabilitation 171 182 196 Rural health 98 102 109 Schizophrenia 111 117 126 Sexually transmitted diseases/herpes 120 128 138 Sickle cell disease 49 53 57 Sleep disorders 85 88 95 Smoking and health 287 307 333 Spinal cord injury 61 65 70 Strokea 143 152 165 Sudden infant death syndrome 44 47 50 Topical microbicides 20 23 26 Tobacco research 420 449 486 Tropical diseases 114 122 132 Tuberculosis research 67 69 70 Vaccine development 298 337 377 Vaccine-related research 336 377 418 Women's health researcha 1,978 2,110 2,278 Youth and tobacco 32 36 42 NOTE: Data do not reflect funds for breast cancer research associated with the FY 1997 Budget Supplement ($15 million). a Reflects the effect of the Women's Health Initiative transfer in all years. b Represents budget authority for AIDS. c Includes transfer of $27 million for type I diabetes research for FY 1998-2002 in accordance with the Balanced Budget Act. SOURCE: Office of Financial Management, NIH, 1998.

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--> TABLE C-5 NIH Funding from the Cancer Research Initiative by Institute, Center, and Division (in thousands of dollars) Institute, Center, or Division FY 1997 Estimate FY 1998 Estimate FY 1999 Estimate NCI $2,389,041 $2,547,314 $2,776,267 NHLBIa 57,620 59,815 67,539 NIDR 16,448 17,313 19,811 NIDDK 33,430 36,450 39,350 NINDS 17,929 18,734 24,468 NIAID 43,085 44,377 47,927 NIGMS 22,574 24,421 30,421 NICHD 10,311 11,000 11,900 NEI 8,616 9,242 9,508 NIEHS 84,368 89,430 94,796 NIA 12,183 12,730 14,990 NIAMS 5,303 5,690 6,220 NIDCD 2,910 3,087 4,296 NIMH 3,720 3,823 4,116 NIDA 0 0 0 NIAAA 1,717 2,000 2,500 NINR 3,978 4,250 4,570 NHGRI 20,758 22,158 30,151 NCRR 26,162 28,754 37,874 FIC 545 575 600 NLM 0 0 4,500 Total budget authority 2,760,698 2,941,163 3,231,804 a Reflects the effect of the Women's Health Initiative transfer in all years. SOURCE: Office of Financial Management, NIH, 1998.

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--> TABLE C-6 NIH Funding from the Diabetes Research Initiative by Institute, Center, and Division (in thousands of dollars) Institute, Center, or Division FY 1997 Estimate FY 1998 Estimate FY 1999 Estimate NCI $1,164 $1,000 $1,029 NHLBI 21,270 22,744 28,504 NIDR 2,807 2,956 3,042 NIDDK 211,626 229,000 256,641 NINDS 3,461 4,076 4,194 NIAID 9,231 9,117 9,381 NIGMS —— —— 2,000 NICHD 16,042 17,100 17,596 NEI 21,604 23,172 25,844 NIEHS 517 1,317 1,355 NIA 6,416 8,190 8,428 NIMH 1,462 1,840 1,893 NIAAA 1,069 1,110 1,142 NINR 705 750 772 NHGRI 2,704 2,895 4479 NCRR 19,461 20,784 21,387 FIC —— 164 169 Total budget authority 319,539 373,215 414,856 NOTE: Total budget authority includes transfer of $27 million for type I diabetes research in accordance with the Balanced Budget Act. SOURCE: Office of Financial Management, NIH, 1998.

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--> TABLE C-7 Estimates of Costs and NIH Support of Related Research for the 10 Leading Diseases or Conditions Causing Death in the United States Disease or Condition No. of Deaths (in thousands; 1994) Cost Estimate (in $ billions) NIH Support in FY 1996 (in $ millions)     Direct Indirecta   Heart diseases 732.4 $70.9b $54.9 $851.6 Cancer 534.3 27.5c 68.7 2,570.6 Stroke 153.3 17.0d 13.0 120.3 Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and allied conditions 101.6 16.5b 11.1 62.4 Pneumonia and influenza 81.5 18.2b 3.9 61.9 Diabetes 56.7 45.2e 46.6 298.9 HIV infection and AIDS 42.1 10.3e NA 1,410.9 Chronic liver disease and cirrhosis 25.4 1.2f 2.1 169.8 Kidney and urologic diseases 23.0 26.2f 14.1 327.2 Septicemia 20.4 4.2b NA 10.9 NOTE: This list excludes non-disease-related causes of death: homicide, suicide, and injury. FY = fiscal year; NA = not available; and HIV = human immunodeficiency virus. a Indirect costs include costs due to mortality of patient (premature death), morbidity of patient (reduced productivity), services of unpaid caregivers, and other related non-health-care costs. b Year of reference, 1991. c Year of reference, 1990. d Year of reference, 1993. e Year of reference, 1992. f Year of reference, 1985. SOURCE: National Institutes of Health, 1997a.

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