Who reviews the research proposals and are the reviews blinded?

Who reviews the research proposals and are the reviews blinded?
The ASPIRE applications will be reviewed by an independent, external review committee comprised of medical and scientific experts. The reviews are completely blinded. No one on the committee will have access to investigator/institution identifying information. Instructions for preparing the study protocol and accompanying documentation in a manner to preserve the blinded reviews are provided in the application guide. Regardless, all submissions will be carefully reviewed by program staff prior to sharing them with the committee to ensure any identifying information can be redacted in advance of their review of your application. (top)

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