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Scientific Review

The Scientific Review Branch (SRB) is responsible for the initial peer review of specific research applications assigned to NIA. These include contract proposals; applications for Centers, program projects, scientific meetings, and training and career development; and submissions responding to requests for applications published by NIA.

Scores for applications reviewed by the NIA SRB will be released within 2 business days after the review meeting. Summary statements for applications reviewed by the NIA SRB will be available 6 weeks after the review meeting and no later than 30 days before the Advisory Council meeting. Applicants can access their summary statement through the Status Module in the eRA Commons.

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Scientific Review Information for Applicants

Learn about how NIA Scientific Review works.

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Scientific Review Information for Reviewers

Information for NIA scientific reviewers and potential reviewers.

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Review Meetings

Past and future review meetings.

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Want to be a Reviewer for NIA?

Find information on becoming a scientific peer reviewer at NIA.

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Guide to Program Project Review

Learn about program project review.

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Chartered Review Committees

Committees meet 3 times per year to review selected application types.

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