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Review CCFF and Dean's Research Chair intramural funding applications!

In order to ensure that applications made to these programs are fairly evaluated, we rely on reviews from members of the CCAS community.

Get to know your colleagues better, find potential future collaborators, and gain experience of different proposal types. Additionally, being a reviewer benefits the wider college and is a form of service that you can record on your annual report in Lyterati.

Reviewers will be needed in January for the Dean's Research Chair and in February / March for the CCFF program. The more internal reviewers we can identify, the lighter the load that any given reviewer has to carry.

Please record your willingness to serve as reviewer for CCAS intramural funding opportunities on this form.

Note that all reviews will be anonymized before sharing with the PI of the proposal. Each proposal is 3 - 6 pages in length.

Thank you for your assistance in maintaining our strong intramural funding programs!

Tuesday, December 17 2:00 - 3:30 pm

Marvin Center, 311

Discussion led by Dr. Kathleen Griffith, member of the GW Cancer Center, and Dr. Keith Crandall, director of the Computational Biology Institute.

RSVP to attend by emailing

Tuesday, December 17, 2019 | 12:00 -2:00 pm

Milken Institute SPH, 7th Floor (Executive Case Room)
 ID Required for Access

WebEx Information

The forum will be recorded and available following the event on the strategic plan website.

Deadline: Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Award: $2,500 & up to one course release, per year

The full details of this 3-year award and application requirements can be found on our Research Blog, as well as in the competition on InfoReady.

Please contact our office with any questions.

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