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Code of Virginia
Title 32.1. Health
Chapter 5.3. Commonwealth Health Research Board and Fund; Christopher Reeve Stem Cell Research Fund
9/25/2018

§ 32.1-162.26. Conditions and restrictions on financial assistance.

A. The Board shall provide financial support only for research efforts that satisfy the following conditions:

1. The research shall be conducted by public institutions of higher education, agencies of the Commonwealth, or nonprofit organizations exempt from income taxation pursuant to § 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and located in the Commonwealth;

2. The institution, agency, or organization shall match a percentage of the Board's support in a cash amount required by the Board;

3. No support provided by the Board shall be used by the recipient to finance capital improvements or renovations, for indirect costs incurred by the institution, agency, or organization in its administration of the financial support, or for any other purpose proscribed by the Board; and

4. Recipients of support provided by the Board shall agree to provide the Board with such information regarding the implementation of the research effort and allow such monitoring and review of the research effort as may be required by the Board to ensure compliance with the terms under which the support is provided.

B. Any support provided by the Board shall be used by the recipient only for personal services, contractual services, material, supplies, and equipment directly relating to the approved research effort.

1997, cc. 803, 888, 891, § 23-280; 2016, c. 588.

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