Device Center Secures $3 Million More In Budget Agreement; Boosts For NIH, Cybersecurity
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health will gain $3 million more in funding compared to 2015, NIH will get a $2 billion boost, and Precision Medicine and BRAIN initiatives will be well-funded under a budget agreement reached by Congress Dec. 15, slated for Congress’ approval in the next several days.
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