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Medical Research Council of Ireland annual report for the year ended 31st December 1980
Medical Research Council of Ireland
The Council has attempted to achieve a balance in the way in which medical research under its sponsorship is supported. The majority of the funds at its disposal are still used to assist individual research workers who request funds to carry out a special project usually over a three year period. As has been the practice, these requests are first evaluated by the individual subcommittee mentioned above and only those which are considered to have real scientific merit and a realistic chance of being brought to a successful conclusion, are recommended. The Council regrets that in this area insufficient funds existed to support all of those who had such recommendations. This resulted from a general lack of funds and from increase in the numbers of young physicians and scientists interested in and capable of doing medical research
Keyword(s): MEDICAL RESEARCH; IRELAND
Publication Date:
1980
Type: Report
Peer-Reviewed: Unknown
Language(s): English
Institution: Lenus
Publisher(s): Medical Research Council of Ireland
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