After his medical residency, Miguel decides to go into academic research in the area of pain management and is lucky to receive start-up funds and advice from his adviser and clinical liaison, Dr. Jones. He writes a complex investigator protocol which he things is good, and asks Dr. Jones and another colleague, Dr. Harpin, to read and critique his full proposal. A month later, Dr. Harpin tells Miguel that Dr. Jones just submitted a research proposal identical to Miguel's, and that there is nothing he can do. The administration is likely to side with Dr. Jones, as they think it is more likely to be funded if it is submitted by a researcher with a good reputation rather than someone new to academic research. What should Miguel do?