Robert Kirshner, chief program officer for science at the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation spoke with Inside Philanthropy about making the move to a foundation, what philanthropy can and can’t accomplish, and how one of the country’s largest private funders of science research decides what and who it’s going to support. Read the article here.
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“There has not been a large funding community around infectious diseases, except for the Gates Foundation and Wellcome Trust, maybe […]