Appropriators Propose $3B For Biden’s ARPA-H, Half Of What WH Wants

By Beth Wang / July 12, 2021 at 4:02 PM
The House Appropriations Labor-HHS subcommittee on Monday (July 12) cleared a fiscal 2022 funding bill that would give the National Institutes of Health $3 billion to set up the Biden administration’s proposed biomedical research agency, the Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health (ARPA-H). That’s less than half the $6.5 billion President Joe Biden wants for the new agency, which would be charged with bringing together the government, private sector and academia to accelerate the research and development of new treatments...

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