Navigating and Contributing to the Peer Review Process

Peer review is a cornerstone of the processes involved with research publication and grant funding.


It is essential to be able to both anticipate and respond effectively to peer reviews as an author or investigator. Also, growing attention is paid to the importance of providing high-quality peer reviews of others’ research and funding proposals. This session addressed each of these topics with an emphasis on practical advice for navigating and contributing to the peer-review process.

Dr. David DuBois facilitated this session March 21, 2018, at the Institute for Health Research and Policy as part of the Research and Professional Development Brown Bag Conversation Series.

View his slides on the peer-review process (pdf).