NHMRC’s peer review process is integral to supporting the best health and medical research in Australia. Rigorous review of applications for NHMRC funding ensures transparency, probity and fairness. The peer review of all NHMRC funding schemes is underpinned by NHMRC’s Principles of Peer Review.
Guide to NHMRC Peer Review 2018
A Guide to NHMRC Peer Review describes how NHMRC’s Principles of Peer Review are applied to the process of grant application peer review.
NHMRC’s Principles of Peer Review
The peer review of all NHMRC funding schemes is underpinned by NHMRC’s Principles of Peer Review.
Guide to Evaluating Industry – Relevant Experience
Peer reviewers should appropriately recognise an applicant’s industry-relevant experience and outputs. To assist peer reviewers with their assessment, a Guide to Evaluating Industry – Relevant Experience is provided below.
Guide to Self-Nomination to Peer Review
NHMRC invites researchers to self-nominate for consideration to undertake peer review for our funding schemes. A guide to self-nomination has been developed to assist researchers to consider which funding scheme would be most appropriate.
NHMRC Assigners Academy
The NHMRC Assigners Academy is a prestigious body of eminent researchers that enhances NHMRC's peer review processes by giving independent expert advice to NHMRC's CEO. In particular, the role of the Academy will be to assist in identifying the most suitable experts to undertake the peer review tasks.
NHMRC Grant Review Panels induction 2017
NHMRC Grant Review Panels (GRP) videos that provide a brief overview of the 2017 Project Grants peer review process are available on the NHMRC website.
Peer Review Honour Roll
The effectiveness and sustainability of NHMRC peer review processes depends on researchers with excellent track records and wide-ranging expertise in Australian and international health and medical research fields.