NIH Plans Overhaul of Peer Review Process | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – After a lengthy review of the process by which it reviews, rejects, and approves grant applications, the National Institutes of Health is now preparing a report that will recommend new policies that could help speed up grant delivery and enhance the integrity and efficiency of the review process.

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