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Volume LI, Number 1, From the Editor's Desk

Volume LI, Number 1 Author Nathan L. Vanderford University of Kentucky As we usher in a new decade, I am excited that the Journal of Research Administration is entering into its 51st year of being the premier scholarly journal for disseminating education, training, and...


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Success? Learning to Navigate the Grant Funding Genre System

Volume LI, Number 1 Success? Learning to Navigate the Grant Funding Genre System Author Lynn McAlpine University of Oxford, UK Abstract An award as principal investigator (PI) is an aspiration for many post-PhD researchers. However, we know little of the actual journey from PhD...


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Measuring the Startup Journey and Academic Productivity of New Research Faculty through Systems Engagement, Project Efficiency, and Scientific Publication

Volume LI, Number 1 Measuring the Startup Journey and Academic Productivity of New Research Faculty through Systems Engagement, Project Efficiency, and Scientific Publication Author Holly R. Zink Children’s Mercy Hospital Jack D. Curran Children’s Mercy Hospital Abstract ...


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Scaling up Professionalization of Research Management in Southern Africa

Volume LI, Number 1 Scaling up Professionalization of Research Management in Southern Africa Authors Charmaine Williamson University of South Africa Karin Dyason Southern African Research and Innovation Management Association Jose Jackson Michigan State University ...


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Creation of a Structured Performance-Based Assessment Tool in a Clinical Research Center Setting

Volume LI, Number 1 Creation of a Structured Performance-Based Assessment Tool in a Clinical Research Center Setting Authors Marcus R. Johnson Cooperative Studies Program Epidemiology Center-Durham, Durham Veterans Affairs Health Care System Department of Public Health, Brody...


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Reprint 2011: Conscious Efforts to End Unconscious Bias: Why Women Leave Academic Research

Volume LI, Number 1 Reprint 2011: Conscious Efforts to End Unconscious Bias: Why Women Leave Academic Research Authors Debra M. Easterly, EdD Idaho State University Cynthia S. Ricard, PhD Office of Research Integrity (ORI/DHHS) Foreward After re-reading the article by...