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What's New in Peer Review

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Continuous Submission The continuous submission policy has been changed. Beginning with R01, R21, and R34 grant applications submitted under the continuous submission option for the 2014/10 Council round:

  • Applications will be assigned initially to the most appropriate Advisory Council meeting.  Following initial peer review, if timing permits, applications may be considered in an earlier Advisory Council meeting.
  • Summary Statements for applications submitted under the continuous submission option will be available no later than 30 days prior to the relevant Advisory Council meeting.

See NOT-OD-14-029 for additional details. Also see the Continuous Submission page.

Experiments in Peer Review The NIH is undertaking several new experiments that involve the peer review process (See Collins and Tabak, Nature 505: 612-613).

Research Involving Chimpanzees The interim agency policy for NIH extramural and intramural research involving chimpanzees has been updated. See NOT-OD-14-024.

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