Understanding the NIH Peer Review Process - Administrator Edition

Tuesday, January 30, 2018 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm

The current research funding environment has been justifiably described as "hypercompetitive." Today's investigators need every advantage they can get to craft a proposal that wins reviewer approval. Administrators who understand the basics of the NIH Peer Review process can be of great assistance to faculty, particularly new and inexperienced grant writers. In this webinar, you will learn all the basic review criteria, receive tips and resources to help investigators prepare proposals with the reviewer in mind, hear an explanation of the NIH scoring system, and discover how to outline the key features of the NIH summary statement. You will also have the opportunity to learn how to knowledgeably speak with your investigators by understanding the unique language of Peer Review. By the end of the webinar you will be comfortable with terms like "triage," "spreading the score," and "percentile," hopefully leading to the best term of all, "funded"! 

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand how you can navigate the NIH Peer Review Process, scoring and summary statements. 
  • Locate key resources to assist your investigators in crafting a winning proposal. 

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Angela Sherman, CRA, Manager of Sponsored Projects Administration, School of Medicine, University of Virginia
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