NCCAM Research Centers Program Expert Panel Review - Image Description
Pie chart of distribution of NCCAM’S research and training portfolio in Fiscal Year 1999. Research centers received approximately half while research project grants received a little less than half. Research training and career development received the rest, less than 10%.
Column chart of NCCAM’s appropriations history for Fiscal Years 1992-2003. In 1992 the Office of Alternative Medicine received $2.0 million. The amounts continued to grow, reaching $50 million in 1999, the first year for NCCAM. It is estimated it will reach $113.2 million in 2003.
Column chart of growth in NCCAM’s research and training for Fiscal Years 1999 and 2002. Research Project Grants received $10 million in 1999 and over $40 million in 2002. Research Training, Career Development, and Curriculum Awards went from a few million dollars in 1999 to approximately $12 million in 2002. Research centers received slightly over $10 million in 1999 and grew to $20 million in 2002.
Pie chart showing estimated distribution of NCCAM’s research and training for Fiscal Year 2002. Research Project Grants received the most, at more than half. While research centers received more than a quarter and Research Training and Career Development received approximately 15%. Intramural Research received the least.