RFA Ticker, 5/2/16

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The last week of April was not the lightest week for RFA’s, but it was pretty close. Three of those RFAs came from the Office or Research Infrastructure Programs in the Office of the Director. NIH has now issued over 200 RFAs this fiscal year, and we inch ever closer to $2 billion.

  • Total RFAs Issued by NIH: 202 (October 2015 to date)
  • Total Dollars Committed to RFAs: $1,964,455,000 (October 2015 to date)
  • Total RFAs for ME/CFS: ZERO (October 2015 to date)
Week Beginning RFAs Issued Total Commitment RFAs for ME/CFS
4/25/16 4 $7,500,000 Zero
4/18/16 10 $42,230,000 Zero
4/18/16 10 $42,230,000 Zero
4/11/16 4 $6,825,000 Zero
4/4/16 8 $27,000,000 Zero
3/28/16 13 $161,000,000 Zero
3/21/16 1 $2,700,000 Zero
3/14/16 5 $23,650,000 Zero
3/7/16 9 $82,710,000 Zero
2/29/16 1 $1,890,000 Zero
2/22/16 9 $30,100,000 Zero
2/15/16 4 $26,500,000 Zero
2/8/16 5 $9,500,000 Zero
2/1/16 8 $26,000,000 Zero
1/25/16 4 $9,300,000 Zero
1/18/16 2 $4,500,000 Zero
1/11/16 10 $71,200,000 Zero
1/4/16 0 $0 Zero
12/28/15 0 $0 Zero
12/21/15 3 $10,260,000 Zero
12/18/15 5 $20,260,000 Zero
12/11/15 27 $765,090,000 Zero
12/4/15 6 $26,600,000 Zero
11/27/15 4 $21,000,000 Zero
11/20/15 15 $134,400,000 Zero
11/13/15 2 $16,100,000 Zero
11/6/15 10 $22,850,000 Zero
10/30/15 7 $49,800,000 Zero
10/23/15 10 $33,200,000 Zero
10/16/15 0 $0 Zero
10/9/15 13 $332,450,000 Zero

If you want more background on the RFA Ticker, read the inaugural post.

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One Response to RFA Ticker, 5/2/16

  1. Jane T says:

    Jennie, thank you for keeping a spotlight on this. You should forward copies to key HHS/NIH individuals, if you don’t already. We want to let them know, we know. We don’t what so much heat that researchers don’t want to help us (supposedly, per Cort’s post and what was said by Dr. Nath), but the heat has to stay on until real progress is made. I.E. RFA’s, large studies to delve into the many known issues, subsets made official, [FDA approved] treatments/cures.

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