CSR Scientific Review Officer Demographics

Responsible for review of 76% of NIH proposals, the Center for Scientific Review (CSR) employs over 240 Scientific Review Officers (SROs). Below is a demographic data snapshot of CSR SROs by Gender and Race and Ethnicity.

Figure 1: Gender Demographics of CSR Scientific Review Officers

Gender Demographics of CSR Scientific Review Officers

Gender of scientific staff at the Center for Scientific Review. Pie chart showing percentage of female (50.7%) and male (49.3%) scientific staff, the majority of which are scientific review officers. Data were last updated in March of 2021.

These are the demographics of CSR staff in the Civilian Labor Force, Occupational Code 601. The vast majority of CSR staff in this category are scientific review officers.

Figure 2: Race and Ethnicity Demographics of CSR Scientific Review Officers

Race and Ethnicity Demographics of CSR Scientific Review Officers

Race and ethnicity of scientific staff at the Center for Scientific Review. Pie chart showing percentage of scientific staff, the majority of which are scientific review officers, in different racial and ethnic groups (56.6% non-Hispanic white, 43.3% minorities which includes 7% non-Hispanic black or African-American and 10.3% underrepresented minorities). Data were last updated in March of 2021.

These are the demographics of CSR staff in the Civilian Labor Force, Occupational Code 601. The vast majority of CSR staff in this category are scientific review officers.

More on CSR Data and Evaluations: https://public.csr.nih.gov/AboutCSR/Evaluations

This page last reviewed on December 7, 2021