LOWY: Paylines are dropping because NCI is drawing more applicants who would’ve previously gone elsewhere

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After an examination of the causes of an avalanche of grant applications directed at NCI, institute officials found that new applications largely come from principal investigators who are switching their research focus to cancer. No other NIH institute or center faces such pressure.

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