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Comparison of National Institutes of Health Grant Amounts to First-Time Male and Female Principal Investigators, Journal of the American Medical Association

Abstract

Federal funding is associated with the quality of science and researchers’ professional advancement. Female junior faculty received less university start-up support than males in one study, a factor associated with early-career attrition rates.3 We investigated another potential association: the size of National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant awards to first-time awardees.

Type

Article

Author(s)

Brian Uzzi, Diego FM Oliveira, Yifang Ma, Teresa Woodruff

Date Published

2019

Citations

Uzzi, Brian, Diego FM Oliveira, Yifang Ma, and Teresa Woodruff. 2019. Comparison of National Institutes of Health Grant Amounts to First-Time Male and Female Principal Investigators. Journal of the American Medical Association.

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