13 September 2018

In agreement with the existing policy the research board and Radboud Center for Oncology have decided to continue with the mandatory internal review procedure for KWF grant applications.

The internal review of KWF project proposals is meant to improve the quality of the proposals and thereby raising the chance of awarding. The internal review procedure is in place for all types of projects granted by KWF.

Please find here the schedule for the internal KWF review procedure. We kindly ask you to adhere to it.  

Important internal deadlines are:  

  • 24 October 2018- Registration of new application 
  • 14 November 2018 - Internal submission of full application 
  • 19 December 2018 (12:00) - KWF deadline 
Also, please anticipate the possibility that you will be asked to review a draft application of one of your colleagues in the upcoming round between 14 – 28 November 2018.  

Information on the KWF Program Research & Implementation can be found on the KWF website.
 
 

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