Community Resources and Information on Sequestration
Sequestration's Cuts to NIH Will Have Consequences for Medical
- American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) report
estimating the impact of sequestration on federal science budgets
over the next five years. The report estimates that for NIH, sequestration
would result in $11.3 billion less for research over five years.
- The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) has created
message points about
the impact of sequestration on NIH-funded research.
- Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB)
state and district fact sheets containing funding levels as
well as examples of how local federally-funded research has improved
health, increased innovation, strengthened the economy, and trained
the next generation of scientists. FASEB updated these to reflect
the estimated loss of NIH funding as a result of sequestration.
- FASEB analysis, Sequestration
Would Deal A Devastating Blow To Medical Research, projecting
NIH extramural research funding reductions for the nation and
for each state in 2013. In eight states, these cuts will exceed
- Research!America one-pager
on the impact of sequestration on NIH, as well as the CDC, FDA,
- ScienceWorksForU.S. video
campaign on the impact sequestration will have on Americas
ability to discover, innovate, educate and maintain its scientific
and technological leadership.
Please Note: If you have any sequestration resources you would
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For more information contact
The Ad Hoc Group for Medical Research,