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Grants in the New Era

Grants in the New Era

Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Weill Cornell Medical College- Uris Auditorium

Presented By

Presented by Science Alliance


Recent government funding - or lack thereof - has reseachers scratching their heads to find the money necessary to run their labs. More and more, scientists are turning to foundations and industry for financial support. Join us as speakers from these institutions explain why their organizations and companies are granting support to labs and give you tips on how to secure those grants.

: Mark Cardillo, Dreyfus Foundation; Scott P. Kennedy, Pfizer