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March 09, 2009



Hee hee...the title gave me some pause - or should I say "paws"?

Carol Anne Bundy

Principle investigator is a widely accepted term within scientific and engineering research meaning lead investigator. Lead investigator would not, however, usually be used in those contexts.

Carol Anne Bundy

Opps. Yes, it should be principal with an "A". But principal investigator is better than lead investigator when speaking of scientific research.

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