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NHLBI Congressional Justification, FY 2010
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Organization chart

Office of the Director
Elizabeth G. Nabel, M.D., Director
Susan B. Shurin, M.D., Deputy Director

Division of Blood Diseases and Resources
W. Keith Hoots, M.D., Director

Division of Cardiovascular Diseases
Sonia Skarlatos, Ph.D., Acting Director

Division of Lung Diseases
James P. Kiley, Ph.D., Director

Division of Prevention and Population Sciences
Michael Lauer, M.D., Director

Division for the Application of Research Discoveries
Gregory J. Morosco, Ph.D., Director

Division of Extramural Research Activities
Stephen C. Mockrin, Ph.D., Director

Division of Intramural Research
Rovert S. Balaban, Ph.D., Director

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Funding Levels by Fiscal Year

FY Funding Level (dollars in millions)
2006 2,919.8
2007 2,922.4
2008 2,937.7
2009 3,015.7
2005 3,050.4

FTEs by Fiscal Year

FY FTEs
2006 797
2007 814
2008 846
2009 855
2010 872

 

FY 2009 Budget Mechanism (dollars in thousands)

Budget Mechanism
Dollars 
(in thousands)
Percent
Research Project Grants
2,061
67
Research Centers
111
4
Other Research
134
4
Research Training
97
3
R&D Contracts
369
12
Intramural Research
183
6
RM&S
114
4

FY 2009 Estimate, Percent Change from FY 2008 Mechanism

Mechanism
Percent
Change
Research Project Grants
1.0
Research Centers
1.5
Other Research
1.5
Research Training
1.5
R&D Contracts
1.5
Intramural Research
1.5
Res. Mgmt. & Support
1.7

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Authorizing Legislation
The total National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) budget authority is provided by two pieces of authorizing legislation. The first authorizes research and investigation (citations: Section 301 of the Public Health Service Act and 42'241 of the U.S. Code) and the second authorizes the NHLBI (citations: Section 402(a) of the Public Health Service Act and 42'281 of the U.S. Code). The FY 2009 estimated amount is $3,015,689,000 and the FY 2010 projected budget is $3,050,356,000.

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