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REPORTS - FASEB Publications
What's Happening to the New Investigator? Editorial by Howard Garrison/Bob Palazzo
July 7, 2006
Foreign postdocs: the changing face of biomedical science in the U.S.
By Howard Garrison, Andrea Stith and Susan Gerbi (2005).
The Physician-Scientist: Career Issues and Challenges at the Year 2000
By Tamara Zemlo, Howard Garrison, Nicola Partridge and Timothy Ley (2000).
Education and Employment Patterns of U.S. Ph.D.'s in the Biomedical Sciences
By Howard Garrison and Susan Gerbi (1998).
In an era of scientific opportunity, are there opportunities for biomedical scientists?
By Howard Garrison, Susan Gerbi, and Paul Kincade (2003).
Policy Implications of International Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Scholars in the United States
National Research Council (2005)
Addressing the Nation’s Changing Needs for Biomedical and Behavioral Scientists
National Research Council (2000)
Trends in the Early Careers of Life Scientists, National Research Council (1998)
Meeting the Nation’s Need for Biomedical and Behavioral Scientists
National Research Council (1994)
Employment in the Life Sciences: A Mixed Outlook
By Eleanor L. Babco and Jolene Kay Smith (2005)
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