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Princeton University — Rescuing Biomedical Research (2018)

Arda Mizrak, Augie Seone, and Karen Ruiz in Dr. David Morgan’s lab at the University of California, San Francisco. (Photo by Yolanda O’Bannon, April 2015, courtesy of Rescuing Biomedical Research)
Organization Name 
Award Date 
1/2018
Grant Amount 
$409,112
Purpose 
To support the Rescuing Biomedical Research project.
Topic (focus area) 

Grant investigators: Chris Somerville and Heather Youngs

This page was reviewed but not written by the grant investigators. Rescuing Biomedical Research staff also reviewed this page prior to publication.

The Open Philanthropy Project recommended a renewal grant of $409,112 over two years to support the Rescuing Biomedical Research project at Princeton University. The goal of Rescuing Biomedical Research is to address systemic problems in U.S. biomedical research, particularly in relation to funding structures and career paths. You can read more about our rationale for supporting this work on our 2016 grant page to Rescuing Biomedical Research.

This grant falls within our interest in funding scientific research.