Provide peer review services for federal and state agencies as well as commercial entities.
Organize and lead mock peer review groups to assess small- and large-scale proposals prior to their submission for funding. This is particularly helpful to clients interested in developing SBIR/STTR grant applications as well as those developing clinical trial grant applications.
Dr. Braveman has extensive experience with all aspects of the NIH peer review system
Executive Secretary of the National Advisory Dental and Craniofacial Research Council performing secondary review of applications submitted for extramural funding
Executive Secretary of the Board of Scientific Counselors (National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research) performing peer review of research conducted by intramural scientists
Scientific Review Officer for the Clinical Trials Review Committee, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute
Scientific Review Officer for the Special Expert Panel reviewing T90/R90 applications submitted to the NIH in response to an RFA issued by the Interdisciplinary Research Working Group, NIH Roadmap
Designed, led and served as Scientific Review Officer for the review of applications for Teaching Nursing Home initiative of the National Institute on Aging
Conducted an analysis and assessment of peer review at NIH in 1988-1990
State of Maryland Stem Cell Research Fund
In 2008, BBMC collaborated with BioReview, Inc. in conducting the peer review of applications submitted in response to RFAs for the Maryland Stem Cell Research Fund
In 2009, BBMC conducted the peer review for applications submitted in response to RFAs issued by the Maryland Technology and Development Corporation (TEDCO) for the Maryland Stem Cell Research Fund
During his 25+ years at NIH Dr. Braveman has designed and participated in multiple grants workshops for individuals including post-doctoral students, new faculty-investigators, experienced faculty-investigators and potential SBIR/STTR applicants. The scientific interests of individuals participating in these workshops have ranged from basic to translational to clinical trials research.