Facilitating all aspects of peer review for proposed research, ongoing research, and retrospective research analysis — online, via teleconference, in-person, or any combination.
Providing all necessary support to facilitate research programs — including developing and implementing funding competitions, or supporting the activities of leadership groups that oversee such programs.
Our IT staff work with clients throughout a project’s life cycle — developing and managing technology, and receiving and tracking information submitted via state-of-the-art tools.
Here are some examples of recent publications on the science of peer review.
Stephen A. Gallo, Joanne H. Sullivan, Scott R. Glisson “The Influence of Peer Reviewer Expertise on the Evaluation of Research Funding Applications” PLOS ONE. 21 October, 2016.
Afton S. Carpenter et al. “A retrospective analysis of the effect of discussion in teleconference and face-to-face scientific peer-review panels” BMJ Open. 8 September, 2015.
Stephen A. Gallo, Michael LeMaster, Scott R. Glisson “Frequency and Type of Conflicts of Interest in the Peer Review of Basic Biomedical Research Funding Applications: Self-Reporting Versus Manual Detection” Science and Engineering Ethics. 4 February, 2015.
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