OXFORD – Dr. Alice Clark, vice chancellor for research and sponsored programs at the University of Mississippi, was chosen recently for membership on a panel that reviews most research grant applications sent to the National Institutes for Health.
“NIH depends on highly regarded scientists, like Dr. Clark, to help us identify the most promising grant applications,” said Don Luckett, communications director for the center. “The key input from these independent volunteers ensures that the federal funds appropriated to NIH support the best research for preventing and curing diseases and improving the health of the nation and the world.”
This is Clark’s second appointment to the committee.
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