House Biomed Leader Submits Resolution to Boost Proposed NIH Budget | GenomeWeb

WASHINGTON, March 19 – Representative George Gekas (R-PA) the founder and co-chair of the House Biomedical Research Caucus, has introduced a resolution calling for a $3.4 billion budget increase for NIH in 2002, $600 million more than President George W. Bush has proposed.

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