HRSA needs new and experienced grant reviewers with expertise in:
Please click on these links for specific information regarding upcoming reviews
and desired reviewer expertise for each program area.
Grant reviewers help HRSA select the best programs from competitive groups of applicants.
Reviewers are chosen for specific grant programs based on their knowledge, education
and experience. Grant review panels are selected to reflect diversity of ethnicity,
gender, experience and geography.
Reviewers use their expertise to objectively evaluate and score applications against
published evaluation criteria. Reviewers gain understanding of the grant-making
process and have the opportunity to communicate with colleagues that often share
common backgrounds and interests.
HRSA grant reviews are usually held via the internet along with a telephone conference
call or as a field review where reviewers independently review applications with
limited group discussions as necessary. In rare instances, HRSA will conduct face-to-face
reviews in the Washington, DC metropolitan area lasting for 3 to 5 days. In such
cases, HRSA makes all logistical arrangements and pays for travel expenses and other
costs. Regardless of review type, each reviewer who participates and completes their
assigned duties receives an honorarium.
When registering to be a HRSA reviewer in the Reviewer Recruitment Module, you will:
- Create an RRM Account;
- Enter personal contact information,
- Select general descriptions to indicate areas of expertise;
- Cut and paste your resume information into a searchable text box; and,
- Attach and upload your resume document.