FASEB is intimately involved in efforts to obtain federal funding for the biological and biomedical sciences. Please click on the articles and publications below to review literary contributions of FASEB and others on this extremely important topic.
The NIH Budget in the "Postdoubling" Era, 2002
By David Korn, Robert Rich, Howard Garrison, et al.
Research Equipment and Resource Requirements of NIH-Supported Investigators: An Assessment of Current Conditions and Recommendations for Future Funding and Programs
In an Era of Scientific Opportunity, Are There Opportunities for Biomedical Scientists?
By Howard H. Garrison, Susan Gerbi, and Paul Kincade
Increased Funding for NIH: A Biomedical Science Perspective, 1998
By William Brinkley, Jeremy Wood and Howard Garrison
A Profile of the Members of FASEB Societies: NIH Awards, Degrees, and Institutional Affiliations, 1999
By Howard Garrison, Siddhartha Lahiri and David Stephens
Science, Technology and the Federal Government: Comments on a Recent NAS Report, 1994
By Howard Garrison
A Few Basic Economic Facts About Research in the Medical and Related Life Sciences, 1995
By Samuel Silverstein, Howard Garrison and Stephen Heinig
NIH Awards to Individual Members of FASEB Societies: An initial examination, 1995
By Howard Garrison and Stephen Heinig