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The Ad Hoc Group for
Medical Research

A coalition in support of increased funding  for the National Institutes of Health.


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The Ad Hoc Group for Medical Research is a coalition of more than 200 patient and voluntary health groups, medical and scientific societies, academic and research organizations, and industry. The Ad Hoc Group has one mission: to enhance the federal investment in biomedical, behavioral, social, and population-based research by increasing the funding for the National Institutes of Health.

Ad Hoc Group Activities are directed though a Steering Committee of representatives of research advocates across the stakeholder community.

Comments, requests, and suggestions related to the Ad Hoc Group's web page and list serve are welcome and should be directed to Tannaz Rasouli (202-828-0057).

Executive Director: Tannaz Rasouli
Lizbet Boroughs
Association of American Universities
Renee Cruea
Academy for Radiology & Biomedical Imaging Research
Ellie Dehoney/ Rachel Weissman
Research!America
Lyle Dennis
Cavarocchi Ruscio Dennis Associates, L.L.C
Erica Froyd
Lewis-Burke Associates LLC
Michael Heintz
Society for Neuroscience
Mary Jo Hoeksema
Population Association of America
Association of Population Centers

James Jorkasky
Nat'l Alliance for Eye & Vision Research

Lynn Marquis
Coalition for the Life Sciences

Wendy Naus
Consortium of Social Science Associations

Caroline Powers
American Cancer Society
Cancer Action Network, Inc.
Jennifer Poulakidas
Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities
Tannaz Rasouli/Joseph Bañez
Association of American Medical Colleges
Jon Retzlaff/Mary Lee Watts
American Association for Cancer Research
Pat White/Debbie Forrest
ACT for NIH

Jennifer Zeitzer
Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB
)

For more information contact The Ad Hoc Group for Medical Research, 202.828.0525