Collins on Funding

NIH Director Francis Collins tells the Chronicle of Higher Education that universities should not be so reliant on federal grants and should direct more of their funds to young researchers. At some schools, faculty members may derive all their income from NIH funds as they run multiple research projects and “that turns that investigator into a grant-writing machine perhaps more than a doing-of-science machine," Collins says.

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