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Title: The NIEHS Training and Career Development Programs


1
The NIEHS Training and Career Development
Programs
  • Spanning undergraduate summer research to faculty
    development future directions.

2
Training and Career Development Opportunities
Short-term Training Undergraduate Students (R25)
Career Transition Awards (K99/R00)
Institutional Training Grants Pre-,
Post-doctoral (T32)
Diversity Pre-doctoral (F31)
Independent Research Career
Individual Post-doctoral (F32)
Individual MD/PhD (F30)
Faculty Development (K02, K24, F33, K25)
Clinical Investigator Career Awards (K08, K23)
Short-term Training Medical Students (T35)
3
Training Ruth L. Kirschstein National
Research Service Award (NRSA)
  • Fellowships (F- series)
  • T32 Institutional Training Grants (T32 mechanism)
  • Short-Term Research Training for
    Health-Professional Students (T35 mechanism)

4
National Research Service Awards
  • Authority and Regulations Section 487 of Public
    Health Service Act as amended (42 USC 288) and
    Federal Regulations 42 CFR 66
  • June 3, 1983 plus amendments

5
Legislative Framework Training Grants and
Fellowships
  • U. S. Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Research or training to undertake research
    predoctoral leading to PhD, postdoctoral research
  • Training on full time basis
  • Max time of support 5 years predoctoral, 3
    years postdoctoral
  • Public or Nonprofit Private Institution (T32)

6
NRSA Budget Formula
  • Stipend (21,600 predoctoral, 38,496- 53,112
    postdoctoral)
  • Tuition and fees (60 up to 16,000)
  • Travel
  • Training related expenses including Health
    Insurance (4,200 per predoctoral, 7850 per
    postdoctoral)
  • No direct research funding

7
NIEHS NRSA Programs
  • Individual Fellowships
  • 55 total fellowships
  • 27 - F30 Individual Predoctoral MD/PhD
    Fellowships
  • 13 - F31 Individual Diversity Predoctoral
    Fellowships
  • 15 - F32 Individual Postdoctoral Fellowships
  • 0 F33 Individual Senior Fellowships
  • 2.1 M total cost
  • Average 38,400 total

8
NIEHS NRSA Programs
  • T35 Short-Term Research Training for
    Health-Professional Students
  • Research training grants for short-term
    predoctoral positions reserved specifically to
    provide full-time, health-related research
    training experiences during the summer or other
    "off-quarter" periods.
  • 4 T35s
  • 28 med students total
  • 1.0 M total cost

9
NRSA Programs
  • T32 Institutional Training Grants
  • 48 T32 Programs
  • 271 predoctoral trainees
  • 147 postdoctoral trainees
  • 16.4 M total cost
  • Average program
  • 6 predocs
  • 3 postdocs
  • 350,000 total cost
  • Program size span
  • 2 predocs 1 postdoc to 20 predocs 8 postdocs

10
Kirschstein-NRSA training grants and fellowships
Funding in current and constant dollars NIH
total

11
Kirschstein-NRSA training grants and fellowships
Pre- and Post-Doctoral full-time training
positions awarded

12
PRE AND POST-DOCTORAL POSITIONS AS A PERCENT OF
ALL KIRSCHSTEIN-NRSA POSITIONS
Percent of all Positions
Fiscal Year
Number of individuals appointed to institutional
training positions are estimates
13
PRE AND POST-DOCTORAL KIRSCHSTEIN-NRSA RESEARCH
TRAINING POSITIONS BY PARTICIPATING INSTITUTES
AND CENTERS FY 2007
Number of Positions
Number of individuals appointed to institutional
training positions are estimates
Participating NIH Institutes and Centers
14
NIEHS Mission Statement
  • The mission of the NIEHS is to reduce the burden
    of human illness and disability, by understanding
    how the environment influences the development
    and progression of human disease.

15
Recent Directions in Training (2006 Announcement)
  • Multidisciplinary and Interdisciplinary
  • Focus on environmental exposures in human health,
    human biology and human disease processes
  • Emphasis on gene x environment interactions and
    genomics
  • Defined focus on NIEHS mission area

16
Trainee Research Projects
  • NIEHS relevant exposures industrial chemicals
    or byproducts, metals, pesticides, air
    pollutants, other inhaled toxicants like
    particulates or fibers, ambient exposures
  • Belongs to other NIH Institutes alcohol, drugs
    of abuse, pharmaceuticals, infectious or
    parasitic agents, ionizing radiation,
    chemotherapeutics, etc.

17
Training Areas
  • Toxicologically related biomedical sciences and
    Environmental Medicine 29 programs 165 pre 95
    post slots
  • Environmental Epidemiology, Biostatistics and
    Bioinformatics 12 programs 72 pre 32 post
    slots
  • Environmental Pathology 4 programs 18 pre 13
    post slots
  • Human Genes and the Environment 3 programs 16
    pre 9 post slots

18
Models for Training in Toxicological Sciences
  • Interdisciplinary Graduate Program
  • PhD in Toxicology offered by curriculum or
    Institute independent of Departmental
    affiliation, often answering to University
    Administration
  • Faculty, coursework drawn from multiple
    Departments, specific core curriculum

19
Models for Training in Toxicological Sciences
  • Multidisciplinary Graduate Program
  • Faculty participants from multiple Departments,
    coordinating administrative structure for
    training program
  • Students receive degrees through Departments
  • Common seminar series, journal clubs, core
    course(s) in toxicology

20
Moving Environmental Health Forward Insights and
Opportunities
  • NIEHS Stakeholder Community Workshop in July
  • Stakeholder workshop report 12 strategic goals
    identified, then prioritized by vote
  • Strategic Plan web site http//www.niehs.nih.gov
    /about/od/strategicplan/index.cfm

21
Top 6 Topics and Scores
  • Understanding how early life environmental
    exposures impact development and health across
    life span (83)
  • Lead the advancement for state-of-the art for
    characterizing exposure to promote health and
    prevent disease (71)
  • Attract, train, and retain the next generation of
    environmental health scientists and professionals
    (65)
  • Connecting environmental influences to disease
    through the study of epigenomics and epigenetic
    mechanism as an opportunity and important
    long-term goal for NIEHS (62)
  • Identify NIEHS as the Prevention Institute within
    NIH, through research, training, and education
    that leads to exposure reduction and disease
    prevention (60)
  • Provide leadership and resources in translating
    and communicating scientific knowledge on the
    role of the environment on human health (60)

22
Training and Career Development Opportunities
Short-term Training Undergraduate Students (R25)
Career Transition Awards (K99/R00)
Institutional Training Grants Pre-,
Post-doctoral (T32)
Diversity Pre-doctoral (F31)
Independent Research Career
Individual Post-doctoral (F32)
Individual MD/PhD (F30)
Faculty Development (K02, K24, F33, K25)
Clinical Investigator Career Awards (K08, K23)
Short-term Training Medical Students (T35)
23
Training and Career Development Opportunities
  • Undergraduates Summer research
  • Graduate students training grants, targeted
    individual fellowships
  • Postdoctorals training grants, individual
    fellowships
  • Career Transition Career Development Awards (K
    series)
  • Faculty Development
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