British Council Research Programmes Reviewers required – Deadline: 27th April 2018

The British Council would like to invite expressions of interest from established and early career researchers to expand our pool of reviewers for the Newton Fund and potentially other British Council programmes. The Newton Fund builds research and innovation partnerships with 18 partner countries to support their economic development and social welfare, and to develop their research and innovation capacity for long-term sustainable growth.

We are looking for early career researchers who would like to broaden their experience of peer review as a career development opportunity, and for established researchers who are willing to share and use their experience to support the review process. Please note that we can only consider researchers based at UK institutions.

We are seeking reviewers for applications to the following five panels:

  • Biological and Medical Sciences
  • Environment and Agriculture
  • Arts and Humanities
  • Social Sciences
  • Engineering and Physical Sciences

In particular, we would like to hear from researchers with expertise in fields with potential development impact, but this should be interpreted broadly as much of the research we fund approaches development challenges in a highly specialised way or using innovative methods.

We will use the information provided in the form to process and consider your expression of interest. As a result, your name may be added to our pool of potential peer reviewers, and we may approach you in the future to assist us in assessing proposals under British Council research programmes.

How to apply

Click here to apply.

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