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NIH, BRAIN Research Gets Boost In 2014 Senate Labor/HHS Bill

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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An appropriations bill passed by a Senate committee would increase the National Institutes of Health’s funding by $307 million to $31 billion in fiscal year 2014, including $40 million for President Obama’s BRAIN neurotechnology research initiative. Senate Appropriations Committee Chair Barbara Mikulski says she is determined to bring the Labor/HHS funding bill to the floor for debate.

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