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Opportunities for Grant Review
The following agencies are in need of grant reviewers. If interested, please contact them directly to determine eligibility requirements and the process for application.
Administration for Children and Family Services
Expertise: broad range of issues involve children, youth, and families.
Administration on Developmental Disabilities
Expertise: developmental disabilities.
American Nursing Foundation – Nursing Research Reviewer Opportunity
Do you have a research-focused doctorate?
* Have you received at least one externally-funded research grant in the last seven years?
* Have you reviewed research grant proposals or research-based manuscripts for journals?
* Are you looking to gain valuable experience in the grant review process?
* Are you a member of American Nurses Association?
If you answered "yes" to the above questions, then you should apply to become a part of the ANF Nursing Research Review Program.
Corporate for National and Community Service
Expertise: service at multiple levels.
Department of Labor
Expertise: delivering workforce services.
Health Resources and Services Administration
Expertise: health professions training, HIV/AIDS, maternal and child health, organ transplantation, primary care for underserved people, rural health.
Institute of Museum and Library Services
Expertise: museums, libraries.
National Endowment for the Humanities
Expertise: One or more of the humanities fields.
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
Expertise: Agricultural systems, biotechnology and genomics, food and nutrition and health.
National Institutes of Health
Expertise: broad range of biomedical health topics.
National Science Foundation
Expertise: a broad range of basic science, technology, engineering and mathematics topics.
Office of Community Services and Office of Public Health and Science
Expertise: community services, public health.
Office of Justice Programs
Expertise: broad range of law enforcement issues.
Office of Post Secondary Education
Expertise: a broad range of information involving higher education.
Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools
Expertise: alcohol, tobacco, and other drug prevention; character education; civic education; emergency management, disaster response, and school security; school-based mental health services; school-based health and wellness; and violence prevention.
PCORI Reviewers: Help Us Evaluate Research Funding Applications
We're looking for people not usually represented in scientific review groups to serve as patient and stakeholder reviewers of our funding applications. Patients and others from across the healthcare community work side-by-side with scientists to assess the merits of the research proposals we receive, adding insights that ensure the studies we fund are scientifically rigorous and address the concerns of those who will be directly affected by the results. We hope you'll consider becoming a reviewer and share this opportunity with others who might be interested.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration
Expertise: substance abuse, mental health.