Between Funding and IRBs, It's a Wonder Anyone Researches Us at All | GenomeWeb

Normally we don't link back to items more than a week old, but GTO missed the boat on this column in the last issue of Newsweek and it's worth a read. Sharon Begley writes about the challenges of translational research -- starting with the difficulty in getting grant funding compared to basic research projects.

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