The closing date for expressions of interest is 12 noon on Thursday 11 December. Please email email@example.com with your CV and a brief cover letter outlining your experience and how that will positively contribute to the work of the grant review panels.
Areas of Expertise Required
Members of the Panels would normally serve for a period of three years. They are looking for people from a variety of backgrounds, covering research, health and social care expertise.
If you possess the necessary skills, knowledge, experience and motivation to help ensure the MS Society funds high quality, relevant research then contact them ASAP. This is also a great development opportunity for you, as knowing how a review panel works can inform how you write and present bids.
For the GRP1 panel, they are encouraging applications from those with an expertise in the following areas:
– Stem Cells
– Animal Models
For the GRP2 panel, they are encouraging applications from those with an expertise in the following areas:
– Health economics
About the grant review panels
MS research work is driven by a strategy agreed with the Board of Trustees and which reflects the perspectives of the whole MS community – people affected by MS, clinicians, research scientists and others.
To help guide their research work they work with the advice and support of a Research Strategy Committee (RSC) and two Grant Review Panels (GRP). The RSC looks at the strategic picture, providing advice on broad areas of research, setting priorities and scrutinizing the larger, ongoing research programmes. The RSC does not decide which specific projects we should or should not fund. That more detailed work is carried out by our Grant Review Panels, one for Biomedical Research (GRP1) and one for Care and Services Research (GRP2).