EcoHealth Alliance Partner Wuhan Lab Committed More Grant Violations, NIH Reveals




The National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced this week that a foundation that routed US grant money to a high-level laboratory in China violated a series of breaches.


The National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced this week that a foundation that routed US grant money to a high-level laboratory in China violated a series of The National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced this week that a foundation that routed US grant money to a high-level laboratory in China violated a series of breaches.


According to Dr. Michael Lauer, an NIH deputy director, EcoHealth failed to allow access to the Wuhan lab's records and financial statements, inform creations created at the lab, or certify that the requirements imposed on the lab to ensure the funds were used in accordance with US laws and regulations were met, among other failures.


“EcoHealth has demonstrated a history of failure to comply with several elements of the terms and conditions of grant awards not only for these active awards but also for the suspended award, R0AI110964,” Lauer informed Drs. Aleksei Chmura and Peter Daszak, EcoHealth’s chief of staff and president.


13 Jan 2022

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