Peer Review Honoraria Policy

Peer review of prevention and research applications is the evaluation process conducted by qualified experts for feasibility, significance, and potential for impact. Like many funding agencies, CPRIT has implemented a tiered peer review process designed to identify the best projects based on excellence, program-specific objectives, and organizational priorities. Maximizing the success of CPRIT’s scientific research, product development, and prevention programs is dependent upon the quality of the peer reviewers CPRIT recruits. Therefore the peer reviewers must be exceptionally qualified, highly respected, well-established members of the cancer research, product development, and prevention communities.

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