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1 + “In House” Scientific Review of Extramural Grant Application Internal scientific review (SCTR’s SRC) of an extramural grant application (R01, R03, R21, K-series, NSF) Micro-grant for External Review of Extramural Grant Application Request up to $500 to engage an external expert to review an extramural grant application following an SRC pre-review of hypothesis and specific aims. (NIH R-series, K-series, P-series, U-series, NSF, PCORI, AHRQ ) Library of Funded Grant Applications - ORD Online library of successfully funded extramural grant applications, available to MUSC faculty upon request. Visit the Office of Research Development website: 3 New Services

2 “In House” Scientific Review of Grant Application Pre-review On a rolling basis, applicants submit a pre-application (hypothesis, specific aims, significance, innovation, PI biosketch) to the SCTR AppSite portal. Must be related to an NIH R01, R03, R21, K-series, NSF, PCORI, AHRQ application. SCTR staff will forward the application to 2 peer reviewers for a “Yes/No” decision within 1-2 weeks. All applicants will receive 3-4 sentences of critiques. Full Review Faculty invited to submit a full application should submit: complete Research Strategy, Specific Aims, All Biosketches, Project Description (K applicants will also submit Career Development Plan, Mentor Plan etc.). SCTR Staff will forward to 2 peer reviewers to complete reviews within 4 weeks. Applications also will receive a biostatistics review, as well as a budget, regulatory and intellectual property (IP) consults if the appropriate sections/requests are submitted. Q&A Reviews will not be discussed at SRC meetings. Reviews will be sent to applicants 3 business days prior to the next scheduled SRC meeting. Upon request of the applicant, following a regularly scheduled SRC meeting, one of the paid reviewers will meet with the applicant for 10 minutes to answer questions related to the critiques, as a STAR consult. Follow-up The awardee must agree to provide annual progress report data to SCTR for the next 5 years including: # of extramural applications related to the micro-grant, # of successful awards, # of IP disclosures, # of publications etc. as requested.

3 Micro-grant for External Expert Review of Extramural Grant Application Pre-review MUSC faculty may request an External Grant Review Micro-grant. Applicants will submit the following: hypothesis, specific aims, significance, innovation, PI biosketch, and 2-3 proposed external reviewer names through the SCTR AppSite portal. Must be related to an NIH R-series, K-series, P-series, U-series, NSF, PCORI, AHRQ application. SCTR staff will forward the application to 2 peer reviewers for a “Yes/No” decision within one-two weeks. All applicants will receive 3-4 sentences of critiques. Award Conditions Upon award of the Micro-grant, the applicant must forward confirmation of acceptance, to review the extramural application, from the applicant-chosen external reviewer. The communication must also confirm the agreed upon cost of the review (not to exceed $500), and the timeframe for the reviewer to complete the review. Follow-up The Micro-grant awardee must agree to provide annual report data to SCTR for the next 5 years including: # of extramural applications related to the micro-grant, # of successful awards, # of IP disclosures, # of publications


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