The Consequences of Unfunded NIH Applications for the Investigator and His Research.
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A survey was conducted with a sample of the faculty of 10 medical schools who applied for, but did not receive a National Institutes of Health research grant in either fiscal year 1970 or 1971. This report details the effect of lack of research funds on the unfunded projects, the investigators' subsequent research, and other aspects of their careers. 45 pp.
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