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Become a National Institute of Health Services Research (NIHR) Reviewer

NIHR are inviting applications from academics, clinicians, practitioners, public health professionals and also from members of the public, patients and carers to become an NIHR reviewer. The NIHR reviewer community plays a vital part in maintaining and improving the quality of programmes’ projects and outputs. As a reviewer you can make a significant contribution to…

David Young

Tomorrow (13/9/2013) is the last opportunity for Early Career Researchers in English to book onto AHRC’s Peer Review College Workshop which will take place in London on 8th November. Participants will find out more about peer review in the AHRC and learn some top tips for applications from members of the Peer Review College.

NIHR – Call for Panel and Board Members

The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR)  currently have opportunities for  professional contributors on a number of  advisory groups: Panel and Board Members Panel Chairs The NIHR commissions and funds NHS, social care and public health research that is essential for delivering our responsibilities in public, health and personal social services. Becoming a Panel or Board…

EPSRC Updates: Research Portfolio, Fellowships, National Importance

EPSRC yesterday released an announcement with a bonanza of updates covering: Shaping Capability; Fellowships; National Importance and Peer Review; and changes to the Panel process. Shaping Capability You may recall that last month EPSRC released funding decisions for the second tranche of research areas in their Shaping Capability review. They have now completed reviewing all…

New EPSRC Peer Review College

The EPSRC has recently announced a change in the way their Peer Review College works. Rather than invite applications for members for a fixed number of years, the College now invites members for an unlimited period. Members can step down at any time: EPSRC Peer Review College Announcement The EPSRC feels that this approach allows…