PublISHED ON 04 December 2018

UpDATED ON 04 December 2018

Nominate members of review panels in medicine and health 2019

The Swedish Research Council’s Scientific Council for Medicine and Health is now welcoming proposals for members of the review panels for 2019. Please read the instructions and submit your proposal no later than 7 January.

The persons nominated must be established researchers within their scientific field – professors or docents – preferably with previous experience of review work. You can nominate researchers from both within and outside Sweden. The mandate period is three years, and members may be reappointed for a further three-year period.

Please send the following information to no later than 7 January:

  • Name
  • Higher education institution
  • The researcher’s competence area
  • Proposed review panelexternal link, opens in new window(choose one that starts with MH-) 

You can nominate several researchers.

What happens next?

The nominations are a great help in the work of recruiting and composing the review panels. The Scientific Council for Medicine and Health decides on the members of the review panels during spring 2019.

PUBLISHED ON 04 December 2018

UpDATED ON 04 December 2018


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