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Budget Deal Allows Funding Increase for NIH

Following a brief shutdown overnight, new budget legislation signed into law assumes an increase in funding for the NIH of $2 billion over the next to years.

Budget Deal Allows Funding Increase for NIH
February 09, 2018

Following a brief shutdown overnight, new budget legislation signed into law assumes an increase in funding for the NIH of $2 billion over the next to years.

ASGCT President's Message—January 2018
January 18, 2018

Catch up with ASGCT President Dr. Helen E. Heslop on plans for the 21st Annual Meeting, the Society's plans for the new year, and the first AAV gene therapy approval in the United States.

ASGCT Partners With FACT for Cell Therapy Chain of Custody Webinar
January 16, 2018

Exclusive access code allows ASGCT members to join the Feb. 14 session for free!

ASGCT's Annual Advocacy Plan
January 04, 2018

Following a successful year of gene and cell therapy advocacy, ASGCT will return to Capitol Hill in 2018 in support of increased funding and improved legislation to encourage scientific advancement.

The Congressional Tax Plan is a Half-Measure Improvement for Medical Researchers
December 21, 2017

Though maintaining tuition waivers for graduate students is a net positive, cutting the Orphan Drug Tax Credit in half will harm medical research in the United States. ASGCT is disappointed that Congress missed this opportunity to improve conditions for medical innovation in the United States.

2018
21st Annual Meeting
May 16 - 19 | Chicago
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