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+ - Is Francis Collins a good choice to lead the NIH?

Submitted by TimFenn
TimFenn (924261) writes "Since the Obama administration appointed Francis Collins to run the NIH on July 8, scientists have been arguing whether appointing a evangelical christian was a good choice (also, his discussion with Richard Dawkins is insightful). Further, the NIH faces several challenges, from how to improve peer review to grant/funding allocation concerns. Is Francis Collins the right scientist for the job?"
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Is Francis Collins a good choice to lead the NIH?

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