Other Publications and Reports

Energizing & Investing in the Future of Science: NIH Summer Research Program Immerses High School Students, Undergraduates, and Teachers in Science by Jennifer Hobin and Anne Deschamps

A worthy goal-but still misguided by Mark Lively and Carrie Wolinetz

Stimulating Science Education: NIH Summer Research Program Engages Students and Teachers in Science by Jennifer A. Hobin

Animal-rights terrorism threatens life-saving medical research Salt Lake City Tribune
By Robert Palazzo and Carrie Wolinetz

Shared Responsibility, Individual Integrity: Scientists Addressing Conflicts of Interest in Biomedical Research

What's happening to the new investigator? The FASEB Journal
By Howard Garrison and Robert Palazzo

Gaining, Training and Retaining Physician Scientists Should Be a National Priority Op Ed
By Bruce R. Bistrian

Foreign postdocs: the changing face of biomedical science in the U.S. 2005
By Howard Garrison, Andrea Stith and Susan Gerbi

The NIH Budget in the "Postdoubling" Era 2002
By David Korn, Robert Rich, Howard Garrison, et al.

Research Equipment and Resource Requirements of NIH-Supported Investigators: An Assessment of Current Conditions and Recommendations for Future Funding and Programs
By Tamara Zemlo, Howard Garrison, et al.

In an Era of Scientific Opportunity, Are There Opportunities for Biomedical Scientists?
By Howard H. Garrison, Susan Gerbi, and Paul Kincade

Increased Funding for NIH: A Biomedical Science Perspective 1998
By William Brinkley, Jeremy Wood and Howard Garrison

The Physician-Scientist: Career Issues and Challenges at the Year 2000
The FASEB Journal 2000;14:221-230
By Tamara Zemlo, Howard Garrison, Nicola Partridge and Timothy Ley

A Profile of the Members of FASEB Societies: NIH Awards, Degrees, and Institutional Affiliations, 1999 By Howard Garrison, Siddhartha Lahiri and David Stephens

The Report of the FASEB Consensus Conference on Graduate Education

Education and Employment Patterns of U.S. Ph.D.'s in the Biomedical Sciences 1998
By Howard Garrison and Susan Gerbi

Science, Technology and the Federal Government: Comments on a Recent NAS Report 1994
By Howard Garrison

A Few Basic Economic Facts About Research in the Medical and Related Life Sciences 1995
By Samuel Silverstein, Howard Garrison and Stephen Heinig

NIH Awards to Individual Members of FASEB Societies: An initial examination 1995
By Howard Garrison and Stephen Heinig

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