Review of Peer Review

Peer review is often criticized as being broken, particularly in times of tight grant funding and increased applications for that funding, note Michael Lauer and Richard Nakamura, respectively from the Office of Extramural Research and the Center for Scientific Review at the US National Institutes of Health.

In the New England Journal of Medicine, the duo notes that there have been calls to review peer review itself.

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