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2010 NIAID Year in Review

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NIAID Mission Areas: FY 2002 – FY 2010

NIAID’s annual appropriated budget is divided almost equally among three research mission areas: HIV/AIDS, biodefense and emerging infectious diseases (BioD), and infectious and immunologic diseases (IID).

NIAID Mission Areas: FY 2002 - FY 2010

(Dollars in Thousands)
Fiscal Year Mission Area Total 1
BioD HIV/AIDS IID
2002
$ ---
$1,186,494
$1,178,285
$2,364,779
2003 2
1,162,267
1,311,274
1,232,598
3,706,139
2004 2,3
1,599,896
1,397,370
1,307,890
4,305,156
2005 2,3
1,658,211
1,459,642
1,284,988
4,402,841
2006 2,3
1,646,702
1,488,377
1,276,689
4,411,768
2007 2
1,596,565
1,490,089
1,276,380
4,363,034
2008 2
1,602,353
1,497,722
1,481,135
4,581,210
2009 2
1,640,728
1,541,074
1,519,654
4,701,456
2010 2
1,679,215
1,577,322
1,559,518
4,816,055

Total reflects actual obligations.
1 Excludes enacted supplementals, rescissions, and reappropriations
2 Includes Global Fund To Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria
3 Includes NIH Roadmap

A stacked bar graph depicting the previous table showing the distribution of funds between the three NIAID mission areas from fiscal years 2002 to 2010.  The mission areas are Infectious and Immunologic Diseases (IID) (yellow bars), with the yellow bars; HIV/AIDS (red bars); and Biodefense and Emerging Infectious Diseases (BioD) (blue bars).
NIAID Mission Areas: FY 2002 - FY 2010. Credit: NIAID

Last Updated November 17, 2011

Last Reviewed June 22, 2011