Overall Impact Scores Correlate Best with Approach Criterion Scores: The NIH-wide Analysis

September 30, 2010

Who else? Jeremy Berg strikes again.

OER’s Division of Information Services has now analyzed 32,608 applications (including research project grant, research center and SBIR/STTR applications) that were discussed and received overall impact scores during the October, January and May Council rounds in Fiscal Year 2010. Here are the results by institute and center:

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  1. arrzey Says:

    Thanks for the link. All the number lovers go wild.

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  2. Odyssey Says:

    Huh. I would have expected a closer coupling between Approach and Significance… I don’t find the rest to be too terribly surprising.

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