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What fraction of the stuff proposed in funded grants actually gets done after feasibility and field movement come to play?
Dear Editor Whitehare, Do you really expect us to complete the additional experiments that Reviewer #3 insisted were necessary? You DO realize that if we did those experiments the paper would be upgraded enough that we sure as hell would be submitting it upstream of your raggedy ass publication, right? Collegially, The Authors
Datahound has some very interesting analyses up regarding NIH-wide sex differences in the success of the K99/R00 program. Of the 218 men with K99 awards, 201 (or 92%) went on to activate the R00 portion. Of the 142 women, 127 (or 89%) went on to these R00 phase. These differences in these percentages are not […]
This is a guest post from someone who wishes to remain anonymous. This week, the Society for Neuroscience opened its website allowing attendees to book their hotels for their annual meeting. The timing was couldn’t have been worse for the Vanderbilt neuroscience community given that on Monday, a former graduate student of the […]
Maia Szalavitz has penned a new article on addiction that has been circulated, credulously and uncritically, on social media by people who should know better. So, once more, into the breech, Dear Reader. The article in question is Most of Us Still Don't Get It: Addiction is a Learning Disorder is posted at substance.com. We […]
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