NIH Peer Review Process
This section contains links compiled by staff in NCI's Epidemiology and Genomics Research Program (EGRP) to help investigators learn more about tools available to manage grants after the submission of applications.
- What Happens to Your Grant Application: A Primer for New Applicants
Brief description of the peer review process for new applicants from the NIH Center for Scientific Review (CSR).
- NIHPeer Review Process
Webpage developed by NIH's Office of Extramural Research (OER) that provides an overview of the peer review process, along with details of first- and second-level review, and post-review advice for funded and unfunded grants.
- Center for Scientific Review (CSR) Peer Review Process
This CSR Webpage includes a video describing a peer review meeting, applicant and reviewer resources, links to policy changes, and finding a study section.
- Tracking Submitted Applications
NIH Webpage with information on how to track submitted applications during various phases of the grants process.
- NIH Enhancements to Peer Review
NIH Webpage describing enhancements to the peer review process that began in 2008 and are ongoing.
- Study Section Rosters
This page developed by the Center for Scientific Review includes links to the various NIH study sections, descriptions of their focus, and membership rosters.
- Appeals of Initial Scientific Review
Link to the NIH policy for appeal procedures related to the peer review process.
For any unanswered questions, contact EGRP staff.