NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – As part of its ongoing efforts to overhaul its peer review system, the National Institutes of Health is implementing a new rule that lowers the number of resubmissions it will allow from two to one.
 
NIH expects that lowering the numbers of applications will save reviewers time, will open space for more new submissions, and will make the peer review system more efficient. 
 

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