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FY2018 Budget

As a new administration and new Congress shape federal spending priorities for the next year, IDSA and HIV are keeping a close watch on our members' priorities, which include robust funding and support for the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and National Institutes of health research and programs to confront infectious diseases, HIV, and the growing threat of antimicrobial resistance. We are tracking the budget considerations and responding to them here, with issue briefs, fact sheets and IDSA and HIVMA leaders' statements.

Save NIH Funding

Promoting ID/HIV research is a high priority for IDSA and HIVMA. IDSA and HIVMA have created several new fact sheets to advocate for the importance of robust funding for the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), and the Fogarty International Center.

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Download One-Pagers

Learn more about how NIH funding impacts infectious disease research.

In Their Own Words: Bipartisan Support for NIH Funding

At Risk: NIH Efforts to Strengthen the Biomedical Research Workforce

Cost of Cost-Cutting NIH Funding

At Risk: NIH Advances in Critical Infectious Diseases Research

The Fogarty International Center

NIAID: Combating the Growing Threat of Antibiotic Resistance

HIV Research Funded By NIH Critical to Ending the HIV Epidemic

NIH Member Spotlights

If you have NIH funding, we invite you to share your story as part of our IDSA member spotlight series. Your voice makes a difference as IDSA continues to work with the administration and Congress to ensure that our federal budget reflects bipartisan priorities for sustained biomedical research funding and protecting patients and public health from infectious diseases threats.

Save CDC Funding

Stories are often the most impactful way to advocate for federal funding. If you work for a local or state public health department and have a story related to how CDC funding impacts your health department please follow the link to share your story with us.

Share Your Story

Download One-Pagers

Learn more about how CDC funding impacts infectious disease research.

Prepped and Ready to Fight Infectious Disease Outbreaks: The Need for an Emergency Fund

The Prevention and Public Health Fund: Providing the Foundation to Fight Infectious Diseases

At Risk: CDC Programs to Protect Us From Infectious Diseases

Additional Documents on Federal Funding

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