About the Grants@Heart System for Peer Reviewers



THERE ARE TWO WAYS TO ENTER INTO THE AHA PEER REVIEW SYSTEM:

I.  Current Grants@Heart User:
 
Visit Grants@Heart using any of your current G@H roles:

  • Principal Investigator
  • Department Head 
  • Sponsor 
  • Referent 
  • Collaborating Investigator 
  • Etc.
Choose the LINK at the top of your welcome screen:
"Click on Become a Peer Reviewer"

  1. Complete the ‘Profile’ information and select the Science Classifications areas. 
  2. Upload your current CV. 
At the bottom of the registration screen you click on the Submit information link to send your request to the G@H system. An AHA Peer Review staff member will review your request – based on the job description qualifications: see Peer Reviewer Job Description. Then they will contact the appropriate chairperson to verify their membership recruiting needs and complete the vetting process by the Steering Committee.

Once you have been approved by the Steering Committee, your name will be added to the list of potential volunteers, and a coordinator will contact you with committee information.   

II.  Not a current user in the Grants@Heart system, but interested in becoming an AHA Peer Reviewer? 
 
Read the AHA Peer Reviewer Job Description and contact susan.hageman@heart.org if you are eligible. 
NOTE: As a minimum requirement - all scientific peer reviewers must hold a position of Assistant Professor.  

  1. You will be asked to complete the current Science Classification form – to identify your expertise match to one of the peer review committees, and; 
  2. You will need to send your most current CV. 
Then based on that information, you will be contacted by an AHA Peer Review staff member via email and the G@H system. They will then contact the appropriate chairperson to verify their membership recruiting needs and complete the vetting process by the Steering Committee.

Once you have been approved by the Steering Committee, your name will be added to the list of potential volunteers, and a coordinator will contact you with committee information.   
 

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The Grants@Heart site is a web-based
system for application preparation,
submission, peer review, and awards
management.