‘Grantsmanship’ training gives investigators wings to fly
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‘Grantsmanship’ training gives investigators wings to fly

‘Grantsmanship’ training gives investigators wings to fly

Though recruited as an assistant professor in 2007, Dr. Jun Liu, saw himself as a novice research scientist at UTHealth Medical School with no inkling how to find what ultimately makes an investigation possible: funding.

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