FUTURE OF BIOMEDICAL RESEARNOPby Clau E. De barfield, Bruce L. r. Smith
The authors explore the prospects for government support of biomedical research in an era of federal downsizing; the merits of funding disease-based research versus untargeted basic research; the promise and challenges of the growing alliance between universities and corporations in biomedical research; and the complicated issues related to the granting of intellectual property rights for publicly funded research.
Contributors to this volume include Harold Varmus, director of the National Institutes of Health; former senator Mark Hatfield, Republican of Oregon; Bruce Alberts, president, National Academy of Sciences; June O'Neill, director, Congressional Budget Office; R. Glenn Hubbard, Columbia University; Michael Darby and Lynne Zucker, University of California, Los Angeles; Frank Lichtenberg, Columbia University; Rebecca Eisenberg, University of Michigan Law School; Clarisa Long, American Enterprise Institute; Richard Johnson, Arnold and Porter; and Purnell W. Choppin, president, Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
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