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On February 2, a reporter named Natalie Winters from the National Pulsation, researched and published a story revealing that the co-chair of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) education committee is also an advisor to a lobbying group with ties to the CCP.
The article also states that Adam Hott, who serves on the NIH Clinical Sequencing Evidence Generation Study Group, is also affiliated with the U.S. Heartland China Association (USHCA). He serves on the controversial education committee whose purpose is to “bring together the resources of K12 and higher education to engage people with research, expertise, and new jobs to work on U.S.-China cooperation”.
Reports of CCP members and Chinese companies buying U.S. farmland raised national security concerns among lawmakers after revelations of the USHCA’s ties to lobbying groups from China.
In addition to working with various branches of the Chinese Communist Government, the American Heartland China Association is also “proud to partner” with the China-U.S. Exchange Foundation (CUSEF). According to the U.S. Government, this organization is part of the CCP’s “United Front Work Department,” which seeks to “incorporate and eliminate people who may oppose the policies and authority of the ruling Chinese Communist Party” and “influence foreign governments to adopt policies that support Beijing-designated policies.”
The American Heartland China Association also co-hosts events with the Chinese People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries (CPAFFC). This is considered a “public appearance” of the United Front Work Department and “China’s open arms” of the CCP. The State Department has characterized the association as an organization that seeks to “directly and maliciously lobby” U.S. national and local leaders.
Despite concerns, Hult serves as co-chair of the Education and Outcomes Results Division of the NIH Clinical Sequencing Evidence Generation Study Group.
He has held this position since 2019, according to his LinkedIn profile disclosure, and “this task force is focused on genome sequencing results and the education of patients, families, caregivers and healthcare providers. Design and Delivery”.
Hult has also published several journal articles outlining the school’s science curriculum, includes directly funded papers the NIH. Other papers he has authored include “Biotechnology 101: Genetics and Biotechnology Education Outreach Programs” and “Theory and Practice: Genetics Content in Introductory Biology Classes for Non-Science Majors”.
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