NIH's ability to fund outstanding science hinges in large part on the generosity of scientists and lay people who serve on its hundreds of peer review and advisory committees, including our NIAID Council Members.
Whether you traveled to the Washington, D.C., area or participated by teleconference, you donated valuable time and effort to make an enormous and irreplaceable contribution to biomedical science.
In recognition, we'd like to take a moment to thank people who participated on NIAID peer review groups and advisory committees during the FY 2013 Council rounds, listed below.
We'd also like to thank the people who serve on the Center for Scientific Review Review Committees for our applications, though we do not list you individually here.
NIAID's peer reviewers volunteer their time to travel to NIH and make peer review happen. The token honorarium they receive cannot compensate them for their time or for the service they provide the scientific community.
We strongly encourage scientists to be part of this vital effort. Serving on a review committee is a rewarding and enlightening experience.
f you're interested in participating on an NIAID review committee, please contact Lynn Rust in NIAID's Scientific Review Program. Send a CV and a very brief summary of your areas of expertise.
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Last Updated November 21, 2013
Last Reviewed November 21, 2013