This is a challenging time for researchers-especially younger, less established investigators, one expert says. He offers several tips to fellow junior investigators.
This is a challenging time for researchers-especially younger, less established investigators, says Adam Friedman, M.D., assistant professor of medicine (dermatology)/physiology and biophysics and director of dermatologic research at Montefiore - Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY. Money is short, so researchers have to work extra hard to secure funding.
He offers these tips to fellow junior investigators:
“It’s not easy, but it’s worth it because one small finding can have a ripple effect. And one day that single data point could change the lives of millions of people,” he says.