NIH to Review Intramural Program
NCI’s Intramural Spending is 17 Percent, Higher than 11.1 Percent NIH-Wide Level
March 7, 2014 – NIH has launched a systematic examination of its intramural program, which accounts for 11.1 percent of its $30 billion budget.
The program was last examined in 1993, pursuant to a mandate from the House Appropriations Committee.
That examination was written by a panel co-chaired by Paul Marks, then president of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and Gail Cassell, then chair of the University of Alabama Department Microbiology.