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EPSRC panel member introducer form examples

Introducer forms are used to collect panel members comments for use at the panel meeting discussion and for audit trail thereafter.

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Interview introducer form example (programme grants) (PDF)

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Expert introducer form example (PDF)

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Standard introducer form example (new investigator award) (PDF)

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The examples shown here are the three most common type of introducer forms used at the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) panels. However, introducer forms are adapted for bespoke funding opportunities to reflect the relevant assessment criteria.

EPSRC use one of three introducer forms at most of its panel meetings:

  • the standard form is used when there has been an expert (postal) peer review stage
  • the expert introducer form when there has been no expert peer review
  • the interview introducer form for interview panels.

These forms will include the assessment criteria for the scheme or call that the application was submitted to.

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