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Peer Review

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What is the purpose?

Peer Review at NIHPeer Review is a web-based module to facilitate the initial evaluation of research grant applications by peer review groups, composed of scientists who are experts in the relevant fields of research.

The Peer Review module allows NIH and Grantor Agency review staff (or members of NIH Institutes and Centers’ review programs) to enter and reuse key information including application data, list of prospective reviewers, committee rosters and reviewer assignments to prepare for, conduct and record outcomes of review meetings (including summary statements). The module covers coordination, planning, conducting reviews, making award recommendations and providing review output.

What are the features?

The Peer Review module allows review administrators and their assistants to:

What are the benefits?

The Peer Review module:

Who can use the Peer Review module?

The Peer Review module can be accessed via IMPAC II by NIH and Grantor Agency peer review staffers who are assigned specific roles by their technical representatives. A valid IMPAC II Username and password are needed to log in.

This page last reviewed: May 29, 2008