Getting grant applications funded: lessons from the past and advice for the future

Laurent, G. J.
December 2004
Thorax;Dec2004, Vol. 59 Issue 12, p1010
Academic Journal
The article presents information on the state of affairs related to grants for respiratory research and suggests ways to get more funds. The respiratory research is underfunded throughout the world with a large discrepancy between the proportion of patients suffering from lung diseases and the amount of research funds awarded by our national agencies. People leading researches need to coordinate with each other and provide a strong lobby for government support, both at national and international levels.


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