The Grants Program Analysis Working Group hosted a very productive call on November 29. We’d like to provide you with a few highlights from the call, to keep you updated... read more →
Scientific peer review has long been the gold standard for evaluating grant applications, but different organizations implement peer review in different ways. In addition, issues like unconscious bias and data... read more →
Measuring the impact of a non-profit organization’s grants program can be a difficult, and sometimes ambiguous, process. For example, answering a seemingly simple question like, “how successful are we at... read more →
The Donaghue Foundation and the Health Research Alliance joined with HealthDataViz, a Boston firm that specializes in helping healthcare organizations design and present visual displays of data, and offered this... read more →
To identify and showcase how organization's resources have made an impact attendees learned how to answer questions such as: Did your funding keep researchers in the field? Has your research... read more →
Arun Karpar from Autism Speaks highlighted the use of HRA Analyzer (formerly Reporter) data; while Suzanne Rix from the Association of Medical Research Charities demonstrated the utility of Researchfish.