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Webinars Connect Applicants to NIH Peer Review Experts

Posted on November 4, 2014

Donald Luckett (bio) alerts researchers to important upcoming webinars from NIH's Center for Scientific Review.


Q: What is the goal of the Meet the Experts in NIH Peer Review webinars?
A: The NIH Center for Scientific Review (CSR) has designed these webinars to give new NIH grant applicants and others useful insights into the submission and review processes. CSR is the portal for NIH grant applications and their review for scientific and technical merit.
Q: What kind of content can we expect to find in these webinars?
A: We focus our webinars on specific types of grants and funding, such as AREA grants (for less resource-intensive institutions), fellowships, small business grants, and R01s.
Q: How can I participate in the webinars?
A: Follow these steps:
  • Click on the appropriate registration link on our webinar web page to register for your webinar.
  • Submit questions for the Q&A session before or during the webinar by sending them to the moderator at AskExperts@csr.nih.gov.
  • Return to CSR's webinar webpage on the day/time your webinar is scheduled. You will not need to download special software. You will just need a reliable Internet connection and browser.
Q: What if I have questions after the webinars?
A: For general information, please visit the CSR website or the NIH Grants and Funding review website. The NIH Information Service can address specific questions about NIH grants. For specific questions about CSR and peer review, go to CSR's website and look up and contact a scientific review officer in your area of research.
Q: Where are archived webinars?
A: You can find previous webinars at Meet the Experts website.



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Meet the Experts webinars


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