NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Leaders of private, nonprofit research institutes that perform genomic or genetic research or advocacy were paid 43 percent more in salary on average in recent years than the national average for US-based charities, according to an investigation by GenomeWeb Daily News.
However, genomic nonprofits paid their leaders only .003 percent more of their overall expenses in 2005, the most recent year for which federal tax records are available, than the national average for nonprofits that year.

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