PAYDIRT! Peer Review: NIH PANEL URGES OVERHAUL...
patrick at howard.genetics.utah.edu
Thu Jun 6 23:25:10 EST 1996
On 5 Jun 1996, Alexander Berezin wrote:
> > "Choosing winners from among the 30,000 biomedical scientists who seek
> > federal grants each year is a delicate task, especially when more than
> > three-quarters of grant proposals now get rejected.
> On the basis of this fact it appears clear that NIH should
> be shut down altogether. Any organization which deems
Hardly a reasonable action. Fortunately such will not happen. The NIH
does MUCH more than simply dole out grant funds...without them the world
and the nation would be a less healthy place.
No need to toss the baby.
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