Previous | Next
1234567891011121320212223242526272829303132 of 999
What are they attempting to do?
They pass on grants, about 100 grants, and fellowships,
training programs, in non-categorized areas. Actually, Fred
Stone and I are not at all averse to categorizing them under a
heading of some general wording. I'm going to be interested to
see what we can get done. We may be able to get a lot done in
the field of endicronology that will help all major unsolved
diseases. I'm not sure of that, but I'm going to try. At least
it's very important to work with a major executive of an institute
who wants to get things done, and Stone does.
They have, to play around with, as you say --
which is not a very good way of putting it --
Well, never mind -- in fiscal '66, they had 122 million.
I'll have to look at another piece of paper to see what the
estimate is for the current year. The estimate for the current
year is 137 million. So it's something that is not too negligible.
You can get something done with that kind of money, even against
the wishes of doctors!
The only other thing I have to report of great substance
© 2006 Columbia University
Libraries | Oral History
Research Office | Rights and
Permissions | Help