NIH programs aim to encourage young scientists

05/1/2014 | NIH News

Biomedical research depends on new researchers with fresh ideas and perspectives for solving scientific questions, and the NIH has specific programs and policies designed to facilitate innovative science as researchers launch independent careers, writes NIH Deputy Director for Extramural Research Sally Rockey. Among those programs are initiatives to encourage new investigators and early stage investigators, and the NIH Director's New Innovator and Early Independence awards. Results so far "seem to indicate that programs targeting innovative and exceptional research from newer investigators can attract researchers earlier in their careers," Rockey writes.

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