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but because the project is being overlooked,family planning, This year’s Europa request is “very exciting news, which begins 1 October. ScienceInsider has been combing through the document and the stories below report some of what we found on the first day Come back for more stories this week on research spending FIRST DAY COVERAGE: NIH Faces Flat Funding and a Plan for High-Risk Research There is little good news in the 2015 president’s budget for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) which would receive $304 billion in 2015 a mere $211 million or 07% increase The agency would receive a much bigger nearly $1 billion boost however if the president can get Congress to go along with his Opportunity Growth and Security Initiative (OGSI)—but that is unlikely NIH Director Francis Collins told reporters that given the budget agreement reached by Republicans and Democrats in December which imposes a strict overall limit on discretionary spending “nobody would have expected … a big bump up for NIH” He pointed out however that the slight increase for NIH was within a larger Department of Health and Human Services budget that went down “I take that as a good sign” Collins said and a “coming back” from last year’s “gruesome year” due to a 5% cut to NIH’s budget from sequestration And the $970 million that NIH would get if Congress approved OGSI shows that research is a priority for the administration he said The small increase for NIH will support 9326 new and competing grants 329 more than this year While most of NIH’s institutes and centers would be flat funded the budget includes boosts for a few programs at certain institutes NIH wants to spend $100 million more than twice the $40 million it invested this year for its share of the Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) Initiative the cross-agency brain-mapping initiative launched last year The Cures Acceleration Network within the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences would get a $20 million boost to $30 million for speeding the development of “high need cures” The Common Fund the pot of money within the NIH director’s office for launching cross-cutting initiatives would receive a $50 million increase to $583 million Some $30 million of that would go to cutting-edge projects awarded using a process similar to the Defense Department’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Like DARPA NIH would make these awards not through a traditional request for proposals that takes a year or more Instead a program manager would identify “a bold innovative strategy to tackle an important problem” Collins said The manager would then handpick teams of academic and industry partners best suited to the project Collins offered an example of one possible project: a sensor implanted in the body that could record health measurements such as blood pressure then send a signal to the peripheral nervous system to modulate blood pressure or say the immune system or pain levels NIH recently held a workshop with DARPA and the drug company GlaxoSmithKline to discuss this so-called “electroceutical” Collins said The president’s proposed $56 billion OGSI plan which includes $5 billion for research would be funded through tax hikes and other proposed measures that Congress is unlikely to approve (see story below) But if NIH received the extra $970 million from the initiative the agency would fund 650 additional research grants and put $50 million more into a universal influenza vaccine Alzheimer’s disease and BRAIN would also receive more funding Collins summed up the initiative’s unlikely prospects: “In my dreams it will be a great year” he said Biomedical lobbying groups reacted with dismay to the NIH request “We understand it given the budget environment but it’s rather disappointing” says Dave Moore senior director of government relations for the Association of American Medical Colleges in Washington DC “Once again we’re not even keeping pace with inflation” “It doesn’t point us where we need to be in terms of taking advantage of scientific opportunity or helping us climb out of the hole of sequestration” said Jennifer Zeitzer director of legislative relations for the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology in Bethesda Maryland “It’s status quo when the last thing we need is status quo” FASEB believes that NIH needs $32 billion in 2015 as part of “as a first step toward a multi-year program of sustainable growth” –Jocelyn Kaiser Congress Will Determine Growth of Manufacturing Innovation Network With money tight in Washington federal research programs have been sorted into a pecking order today Some programs were blessed by inclusion—or even increases—in the main budget which had to fit under the $492 billion cap for discretionary spending agreed upon with congressional leaders last December The programs at the bottom of the pecking order however were cut or omitted completely But some fall into a middle tier including a White House manufacturing initiative which the Obama administration proposes to fund primarily through a $56 billion Opportunity Growth and Security Initiative (OGSI) But the OGSI which includes $5 billion for science faces long odds with budget hawks (See “Obama Wants New $5 Billion for Science but Will It Happen” on this page below) The budget proposal blesses advanced manufacturing R&D across various agencies with a proposed $22 billion for 2015 a 12% hike over this year But President Barack Obama’s plans for the proposed National Network for Manufacturing Innovation reside in the budget limbo of that third category dependent on OGSI for funding Announced by the president in his State of the Union address last year the network seeks to connect manufacturing firms universities community colleges and local government officials to pursue innovation in a network of 45 institutes built over a decade Four such hubs were created last year; Congress has already provided the funds to build five more this year But none are explicitly funded in the White House’s main 2015 request Instead to continue creating the institutes Congress will have to approve at least part of the OGSI funding which has an as-of-yet unspecified portion devoted to continuing to build this network The goal says a fact sheet is “Transforming Communities into World-Leading Centers of Advanced Manufacturing” –Eli Kintisch Academia Disgruntled by Budget Numbers The Association of American Universities composed of 60 major US research universities and two in Canada has joined the ranks of those disgruntled by today’s budget request An excerpt from their statement: "The President’s FY15 budget does disappointingly little to close the nation’s innovation deficit?) 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