New joint effort doesn't erase differences in how the two agencies view the long-term impact of getting proposals on the wire
"My goal is to provide a tool that supplies the NIH with applicant data in a much more useful form than now exists," says John Mathis, assistant to the chief of the referral and review branch of NIH's Division of Research Grants, who has been given the job of computerizing the applications process. "We're looking ahead...
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