Faculty Recruitment Naegel, Gary P. 20 Jul 1994 08:55 EST
With the modest increases in federal research funding and the concomitant
cost reductions from the indirect base, institutions are faced with sharing
a greater cost burden for sponsored research amongst scarcer resources.
In the recruitment of major senior investigators, "set-up" funds are
typically required to provide financial support for laboratory personnel,
equipment, supplies, and re-design/ alteration of the physical space.
What kinds of financial funding plans do institutions have to develop and
maintain these types of cost requirements? Is there cost sharing between
departments and a central administration?
Gary P. Naegel
Department of Pharmacology
Yale School of Medicine