Time Commitment: 10 to 24 hours over a 4 to 6-week period; exact hours will be determined based on grant type and applications received. Reviewers will attend one full-day virtual meeting.
When work is performed: January 15 – March 31, 2024, online
What a Grant Application Reviewer Does: Review and score R&E Foundation grant applications based on an NIH-style study section review format. Meet virtually with other grant reviewers and Study Section leadership to discuss and present preliminary scores and review summary. Reviewers will provide blinded feedback to applicants.
R&E Grants are available for medical students, residents and fellows, junior faculty, independent investigators, and radiology educators.
Grant descriptions can be reviewed here: www.rsna.org/research/funding-opportunities
- Expertise in one of the radiology subspecialty areas with an interest in research or education (depending on grant type).
- Previous grant funding and participation as an investigator/co-investigator on an externally or internally funded project is helpful, but not required.
- Prior R&E grant recipient is a plus.
- Reviewers will indicate which grant type(s) they are best suited for and interested in reviewing on the volunteer application.
Junior Level Faculty:
- All committees are open to accepting junior level faculty who are first time reviewers.
- Junior level members will be paired with more senior reviewers to aid in completing review assignments.
Selection Process: R&E Study Section leadership and R&E Grant Program Committee Chair will review applications. The number of individuals selected will be based on grant applications submitted, how many individuals are needed, and area of expertise needed for each subspecialty/modality.
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