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Grant Pre-Review Program

The goal of the CoM Grant Pre-Review Program is to support the refinement of scientific projects and grantsmanship of proposals from CoM faculty prior to official submission of a grant application to a funding agency. The objective of the program is to improve the grant-writing success of our faculty.

The Grant Pre-Review Program will accept electronic submissions of grant proposals on a rolling basis and will provide NIH style reviews from our expert faculty.  While grant applications for NIH submissions are highly encouraged, the CoM Grant Pre-Review Program will review applications for any agency. View the online submission process set up

For proposal feedback to be taken into consideration, applications for pre-review will need to be submitted 60 days prior to the actual grant deadline.  Request for consideration for external reviewers may also be placed during the submission process. 

The intent of the program is to provide expert reviews within 30 days prior to the submission date of the application so that feedback may be taken into serious consideration prior to the final submission of the proposal to the funding agency.

We appreciate the willingness of our talented faculty to participate as peer-reviewers for this program and are providing monetary awards for our internal reviewers.  Please consider accepting an invitation when called upon to serve as a reviewer for this very important endeavor.  Our collective efforts will help in the success of our colleagues and will strengthen the research programs within the College of Medicine. If you would like to volunteer to serve as a reviewer, please contact Brieanne Sheehan

Annual Research Data

Total dollars awarded (FY2013)
(Direct and indirect)
UC College of Medicine: $89,410,018
Cincinnati Children’s: $171,197,733 *

Number of Grants Awarded (FY2013)
UC College of Medicine: 463
Cincinnati Children’s: 831*

*Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is included here because awards to faculty in UC’s pediatrics department run through the Children’s Hospital Research Foundation.