Report warns that flat NIH funding choking nation’s young researchers
Cleveland Plain Dealer, March 12, 2008
Continued flat funding of the National Institutes of Health threatens a generation of researchers and the fate of American healthcare, warned officials from a prominent teaching hospital and six research institutions that included Ohio State University. The group issued a report, "A Broken Pipeline? Flat Funding of the NIH Puts a Generation of Science at Risk," which chronicles the struggle of a dozen junior researchers had securing funding for medical research.
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