NIH Prevention-Related Study Sections
This list contains NIH Institute or Center (IC) standing review committees or study sections that meet regularly and review NIH research applications related to prevention as a substantial portion of their work (20% or more of the applications are prevention research focused, or were identified through the PACT/Taxonomy Project). These committees are organized by their respective (ICs).
Most grant applications are reviewed by the Center for Scientific Review (CSR) or an NIH (IC). Once an application is assigned to a study section, the review process is organized and overseen by a Scientific Review Officer (SRO) to ensure that it is fair and unbiased. Learn more about how applications are assigned and how you can request a specific study section.