Sharpless: NCI should increase funding for RPG pool to maintain success rates for R01s

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NCI may need to invest at least $125 million in new money in the Research Project Grant pool in 2018 if the institute plans on keeping the success rates for R01s comparable to 2017, said NCI Director Ned Sharpless.

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