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APPENDIX III NIH AND AD~A CO+IT=NTS IN FY 1 a 7 6 AD FY 19 77 BY INITIAL TRAINING AUTHORITY o .

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In FY 197 5, NIE and ADAMEA supported the research training of approximately 9,000 biomedical scientists, 3,000 clinical scientists, i, 900 behavioral scientists, and 200 scientists in health services research. ~ Since FY ~ 975 marked the beginning of the NRSA program, but not the termination of support of trainees from previous research training programs of the agencies, the total number of awards in =v 1975 represents a composite At three types of trainees: (1 those who began their research training under the traditional authorities (PHS program) In FY 1974 and earlier and were continued in FY 1975, (2) those who began under the Weinberg~r Postacctoral Research Fellowship program ini tiate ~ In FY ~ 9 7 4 DIP F prc~gr am) an ~ were cont i nue ~ in FY 1975, and (3) those who began uniter the new NRSA program in FY 1975. In the tabIes and graphs that follow data provided by the agencies show the number of existing research traineeship and fellowship conunitment;s for FY ~ 97 6 and FY 977, as why as the awards made in FY 1975. PREDOCTO~L AND PCSTDOC=~= RESEARCH TRAI NING Table ITI. ~ presents th^ dis `=ribution of predoc Coral and pcstdoctoral trainees and fellows for each aggregate field in BY 197 5 anal the estimated corrrnitments in FY ~ 9 76 and MY ~ 977. Figure ITI. ~ shows the predoctoral and postdoctoral awards and future commitments for each agency. As can be seen, fewer pcstdoctoraQ trainees and fellows were supported than predoctorals through awards granted by both =H and AD.Z~MHA in FY ~ 97 5. This relation holds with respect to the estimated com~n~tmerrts in succeeding fiscal years. Table III. 2 straws the distribution of predoct oral and postdoctoral awar Is in FY 1975, as well as the estimated number of co~r~it~r,-nts in Ed 1976 and FY 1977, by aggregate field and initial training authority. AS these figures ~:rate, the bulk cf research training at both the predoctoral and pcst~cctcral levels in EY 1975 nay be accounted for by continuations supported initially through 1. See the GIcssary for the 2isciE,1~nes comprising tines" broad fields cf research training. In the areas of mental health, Anus abuse and alcoholism, clinical inv~sticarion is a multidisciplinary activity and not aFFropria=~ly classified as "clinical sciences. '' Clinical inv~stiga~ars in these areas use various mixtures of techniques and concerts from biological, psychological, and social sci-nc es. 103

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the traditional research training Programs {PES). Tables ITI. 3 through Ill. S provide the distribution of these awards by aggregate field and initial training authority for each institut_/division of NIB ~d ADMIT for the 3 fiscal years. RESEARCH ~INEESHIPS AND F=LOWSHIPS Table ITI. 7 presents the distribution of research trainees and fellows for each aggregate field in Fir 1975 and the estimated commitments In FY 1976 and Ed 1977. Figure ITI. 2 illustrates these data by awarding agency. It Is seen that the number of fellows supported in FY 1975 by both NTH and ADAMHA is fewer than the number Of trainees and that this relation holds for the estimated number of corr~nitments of each agency in FY ~976 and FY 1977. Table III.6 shows the distribution of a' ~ research trainee ships and f ellowships by both N3:E and ADAM HA for FY 97 5, togethe r wi th e stimate d comEnitments f or FY 1 9 7 6 and FY ~ 977, by aggregate field and initial training authority. As these figures straw, the but of research training funded in PY ~ 975 was for trainee strips that had been started under training authorities that were in effect prior to passage of the ROSA Act, while the Era jority of FY ~ 97 5 fellowship "wards were made through the NRSA authority. Tables TIT. 7 through ITI. 9 show the distribution of awards be initial , ~ training authority for each awarding ir.sti~ute/division of NIR and AD~MHA for f iscal years ~ 975 through ~ 977 . 104

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- ~ 6 c o - ~ 4 G ~ 2 o CD PREDOCTC)RALS al H + ADAMHA - _ NIH ADAMHA ~ 975 t 976 1977 NOTE: See Table I 11 .t in Appendix I I I for supporting data. 6 ~5 c ~ 4 o a: - ~n c: 3 2 6 u" o a: m z POSTDOCTO RALS it\ _ ~NIH + AGATHA l _ Nl~ AOAMHA 1976 1977 FIGURE 1~1. 1 Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Awards in FY 1975 together with Agency Commitments for PY 1976 and FY 1977 by Agency Tori

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12 ~0 u, o s _ ~ 0 in Q CC 3 6 us o a: LU 4 0 at 2 TRAINEES H + ADAMH;A ADAMMA 1975 1976 1977 u' C:: ~ 3 us O =~' 2 Or: t a: Is ~ 0 ~ _ at NOTE: See Table IlI.t in Appendix 111 for supporting data. FELLOWS _ NI H + Al:)AMHA 1975 1976 1977 FIGURE 111.2 Research Tra~neeships and Fellowships Awarded in PY t975, together with Agency Commitments for FY 1976 and PY 1977 by Agency iO7

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SABLE II;.3 Predoctor 1 and Postdoctoral Awards In FY 1975 by Aggregate Flails, ~~.eis1 Tra.inln9 Authority, and Awarding Institute 1 -- , - - . . _ He.1th Ser~ieec I Toea1 Research ._ _ . _ ~ _ _ ~ 1 1975 _ _ E$se ~AD Post 50ta1 Pse II~DD Post Tota1 _ . Pre NC:I Post Pre =~ Post zo~ ~e NtDR Post Tota1 _ Pre NI;~ Post $ota1 ~c ~Et Post - Pre NIGMS Post $ota1 . ~ ~ - ~omea~ca~ Beha~riora1 ClI ~esl Science. Sciences Sciences ~- }~" ~ ~A WPF PHS Tota1 _~_~U 478 478 163 25 128 316 163 25 606 794 . 2? 6 21 54 27 6 21 54 . ~ 95 74 169 226 47 96 369 321 47 170 538 ~ . ~ . 19 199 218 66 25 87 178 85 2S 286 396 ~- 9 7g 88 63 36 69 168 72 36 148 256 20 1S7 177 47 14 37 98 67 14 194 275 . ~ . 13 25 38 90 5 44 139 103 5 69 17? _ . . . 818 3451 4269 3577 90 322 769 1175 90 3773 sO38 Pre 2Q 143 163 ~~ - ~ 187 93 282 562 207 93 425 725 . . , _ ; 6 6 235 9 79 323 241 9 79 329 Pre ~S Post St~tU DRR ~ P2:e J13:M Pos~ Tota1 _ . . Pse ~S. Post T.o~ ` Pre . ADA.YIA ~, ~a ~ Tota1 "R & Pre '~A Post 16 258 274 12 7 12 Il 28 7 ~r, ~n~ 229 229 14 ld 243 243 46 46 9 6 13 28 9 6 59 74 1000 4652 5654 1470 356 1178 3004 2470 356 5830 8656 _ 16 571 587- 12 12 50 74 28 R 621 661 . . a d d 409 d d d 1167 d d d lS2 d d d 138 ~ d d 601 d d d 1305 . _ , ~ . . . , . _ - 6061 1754 3196 212 9257 1966 _ : ~ l9S 2 288 4858 849 272 1431 2552 1044 274 1719 3037 . .~ . . . . .85e 2SS2 303? wV~: r" ~ pre-Ph.~. os pre~ff.~.; Post - post-Ph.~. or poet-~.~. ~Tbese ~di~ridual. were ~upport" by awas~s 1n the in~tial y~r of the ~SA progr~. bThese ~ r~$viduals recei~r" their sw~rds ini~ly w~er the We~esoer Poat~-. ~ 2 2 27 24 93 144 27 26 93 146 2 8 10 lBS ~i9 301 551; 197 59 309 565 _ . _ 155 120 275 369 77 IS6 602 524 77 276 877 20 20 16 7 80 103 16 ~ 100 123 ~ _ . . 24 24 ~ 44) 34 ?9 5 40 58 lo] . . 1 3 ~ 21 21 42 22 24 46 . 11 11 32 33 203 268 32 33 214 27S 37 42 79 166 26 289 481 203 26 331 560 60 60 12 1 238 251 12 1 298 311 . . . 2 478 480 190 49 221 460 190 S1 699 940 _ 2 8 10 222 65 322 609 224 65 330 619 250 194 444 S9S 124 252 971 845 124 ~f' ~ ~, c - 35 477 512 94 39 179 312 129 39 656 824 --- 1 ! - - - --- --- 9 106 115 68 76 103 247 7~7 76 209 '~, 20 157 S71 47 14 37 98 67 14 194 275 . 1 . . . 14 28 42 111 5 65 181 125 5 93 223 . , . , ~ 1 818 3691 4509 389 123 539 1051 1207 123 4230 5560 . . 51 18S 242 353 121 571 1045 410 121 ?56 1287 _ . . _ 6 60 66 247 lO 317 574 253 10 377 640 - lS 19 24 24 6 5 16 27 11 Il 6 5 31 42 6 5 16 27 30 30 6 ~ 55 66 _ 122 122 9 9 33 51 9 9 155 1 ,' 19 19 11 ~ 30 30 . d d d U3 d d ~ 40 d d d 153 . _ . . 132 51 183 q~e intivLduale received tbeLr awarde L~it~llv ur~der e~ i~4A~-_~ ~ -~ ~ta are not avsilablc. In developing Lts reco~rendations the Comnittee has elected to Lnclute these predoctorale ~Lthin the BasLc aiocetLcal Sci.nces t - . the introduotory ectLon of Appendix .V and Taole 1.11. SOUR=: Data were derived from t~ulatLons su,oplied by the institutes and dlvLeLone of ~ nd ADA - A, January 9, 1976. ADA'*A cat. were supplied Ln te~ of program areas which wer tben clasetfied by th- Co~amLttee's ta! Lnto the four aggregate fields wed in this study. 1211 2 5530 6743 2331 640 2670 5641 3542 642 8200 12384 - d d d 16 - ~ d d 370 d d <1. 2059 . ~ . ~ . . . ~ 8432 6C)11 1444~ ~ ._~^ ~ca ~aLn~ng p~q~2s of tbe PRS prior to PY 1974. 109

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TABLE II' ;d P=doctore$ and Posedoctoral Ea~e.d ~ ~nt~ l~n Ft l9t6 by "gregete "~1d, 2nt - ~1 Tr~is`' Author$ty, and Avasding ~. titute 1976 ~ _- NI~: Pre HIAID Post Total Pre N~D Fost .-otal . Pre ITC: Pos t Potal . Pre H:QID Post Tota1 Pre NIDR Fos t 20ta1 . Pre HIERS Post 50tal Pre IE: Post Total , .: Pre ~GHS Pcst Sotal _ . Pre W~ Pcst Total Pre N2NCDS Post Total _ 3= ~ Pre Post Total Pre ~A Post Total N]H=3, Pcst ~1 - A3A~ N~, I=A ~ p~ a$= Post Totel NIB ~ P~e A~A~, Fost Total a ioa - ~:ca1 Beha~rzoral Ct tnice1 Sclences Sciences S_lences ~- b5RSA s;PF~ pll~c ~ot~1 N~;A ~pr ~uc _~_ 2 140 142 32 20 63 115 32 22 203 257 _ _ - 15 12 27 15 12 27 , _ . .! _ _ 123 46 169 ~ 9t 32 54 283 320 32 100 452 - --- ! - - -- ~ 19 Itl 190 ~ 25 225 2So 58 42 7S 1'5 ~ 11 9 6 26 ~b 77 42 246 365 ! 36 4 231 2761 16 12 53 65 ' 7g 46 47 '72 ; 91 46 100 ~37 j 28 7~ l7 ! `50 13 33 92 ! 68 19 112 le, I i8 2s 43 1 ?9 1 41 121 9, ' 66 164, I42S 2010 3435 150 ~ 50 293 114 lS, 566 ,' i2 12 ltI8 114 2169 4001 ~ 162 162 . ... . . 23 81 104 205 53 188 446 ! 1 1 228 53 269 SSO ~ 1 1 _. . ~ .. 8 8 189 13 52 254 197 13 52 262 ._ _ . 3 3 32 32 48 48 g 6 7 22 3 8 11 9 6 39 54 3 s6 s, : 1656 2 2637 4295 i 1196 358 72.9 2273 2852 360 3356 6568 25 l 225 2SO 25 426 451 11 13 26 50 36 2~3 452 SOl 4780 2439 72' g d ~ d 485 ~ d d =24 d d d 166 d d d 111 d ~ d 65i t d d 1335 _ _ _ _ 16?5 161 1836 196 196 S. 2S 86 166 S.5 2S 282 362 3 8 11 202 55 257 205 55 8 268 200 76 276 322 51 87 460 522 51 163 736 . . . 23 23 1 67 84 90 107 . . . 8 8 9 45 15 69 g 45 23 77 _ _ . Beal~ Se~l C.S Researc'` _ NRSA wPF PHS Total _ 45 45 127 217 45 45 127 217 - 1 45 25 tO 196 22 184 402 241 22 209 472 _ _ ; 7 7 12 1 67 80 12 - 1 74 8t 9 7 16 g t 16 ... 249 348 S97 887 246 662 1195 ll36 246 1010 2392 ~ . _ 59t t795 i 2392 =02: Pre - rre-?h.~. or pre-~.~.; Post ~ post-Pts.D. os post-M.D. ~Shese tndlYldual- vcre supportec! by awards ~ ~ nitial ye~ of the ~SA ps~r~. ~e ~dividuale rece:ved the~ aw~ ~ ~ ~ l~r ~- -~^ w-~ -~-- ^~ 2 336 338 86 46 149 281 86 48 485 619 _ ~ ~ . _ 3 8 12 2, ~ 67 284 220 67 8 295 1 - - -- 323 122 445 519 a3 ldl 743 842 83 263 1188 44 419 463 85 52 I48 285 i 129 52 567 748 ~ . _ 2 (;1 73 88 91 62 241 1 100 91 123 314 , 28 79 107 CO 19 3 3 92 68 19 112 199 . . . . . .. 19 30 49 101 1 63 165 120 1 93 214 1 - -- - - 425 2160 3585 338 159 298 79S 1763 159 2458 4380 ~ .~ _ _ 68 106 l?4 401 76 372 84g 469 ?6 478 1323 1 i 8 ? 15 201 14 119 334 209 14 126 349 ~ _ 22 22 9 13 22 g 35 44 }1930 2 343O 5362 2094 $17 lCI3 41 2d. 4024 619 4a43 9486 ~ . _ d d d llO d d d 34 d d d 144 . . . '29 ~ U81 40 ~ 4435 169 1 11616 d ~ d 1819 | d d d 311 d d d 2130 . . . _ ~These individuale received tbeir evards 'nLtially ~nder the indlvidu^L research tralnlog progra:ls of the ?fIS prior to "' 1974. ~ta ~e sot evail~le. gOt~:: Cats vere decived fro ~ tabulacior.s supplied by the inetitutes and dlvistcru of ~r~ cnd ADA~fL~, January 9. L976. AnA~HA cats were supplied lr: ~erms of prograse ate" ~fhich were then cl - ~if~ed by =e Cdttce's sta'f into ~che few: aggsegate ~icl~ wed Ls~ ~s study. 110

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TAB: I::.5 Or doctored and Postdoctoral Award ~e~4u in En 1977 by Aggregae. Field, "ltia1 Tralnlag Army, and Peering Ine~t~ I9?1 - Pre AD Post _ N~D ~ TO pee ==D Pose: Pre N~DR Post To~ N~ Post To~ - Pre N8: Post Tota1 Pre ~tIQ4S Post To~ Pre N~.~I Post 2re NSNC~S Post Total 2re = Bio~dica1 Sc$cnces NF5A "F~ ".S To01 49 49 26 1 20 47 26 ~ 69 96 I: 3 14 11 3 14 913 98 47 3 42. 92 4? 3 140 S9O Realth Senric" NRSA HPF PHS Tota1 . _ t44 12 I,S~; 236 19 255 211 IS S3 239 34S 25 20 39O 355 15 25 "S 581 25 39 645 19 90 109 25 17S 200 17 1? 21 4 56 81 3 ~ ~ g 21 28 49 40 4 td6 lgO 28 1 180 20g 21 45 66 . . . . . ~ ... . . . - 13 23 36 8 8 69 4 23 96 12 ~ 23 82 4 46 132 12 19 31 . ._ I. _ 36 29 65 43 3 14 60 ?9 3 43 125 . . .. . 18 ~ 33 1 5 6 66 16 82 20 14 34 84 31 115 2' l, 40 ., . .: l . .. . __ 1918 1307 3225 102 102 243 81 324 6 6 . 45 10 98 153 2161 1388 3549 108 108 45 10 98 153 ..... . . .~ 23 24 47 ~ 51 11 62 173 3 106 282 1 162 4 96 262 196 3 130 329 1 213 4 107 324 .. .. 9 9 79 5 84 88 ~ 93 "7 147 73 ~ 62 139 t3 ~ 209 286 . _ 3 ~ 2S0 8 2S8 253 8 261 . .. _ 3SO 31 411 556 40 33 629 936 40 64 1040 . . 44 282 326 ~S 5 89 139 S, ~ 371 465 13 31 81 ~ 34 119 g4 4 65 163 . . . 36 29 65 43 3 14 60 79 3 43 125 . _ i9 20 39 K 30 116 105 50 ISS . l9, 8 1409 ~32? 288 10 185 483 22Q6 10 1590. 3810 74 35 105 335 ~ 202 544 409 7 237 653 9 9 t9 5 84 88 5 g3 ~ . . Pre 2Q 20 nIA Post 8 2 4 14 Tota1 8 2 24 34 ~ ~ 1 .. . ~ .. . . ~ :. ~ ~180 1569 3749 gSO 40 333 1323 31iO 40 1902 5Ot2 , . ~ Pre S=al Post To~ _ . NSAAA. hID~ ~ Pre d d d 300 N~ Post d d d 88 Tota1 d d d 388 , . N~ C 4049 ~~ =~01 "60 __ _ . , ~ 29 29 1 5 6 1 34 35 25 306 331 1 291 158 449 1 - 3 ~ 16 21 ~ 902 47 309 1258 28 2 322 352 ~1193 4? 46? 170t d d d 116 d d d 40 d d d t56 1041 51 11Q~ CODE: Pre ~ pre-Ph,D. or pre-~.~.; Pos~ - post-Ph.2. or post-~!.D. ~hese individuals were ~upport:" by awards ~ th. initia1 year of t~he NFSA program. b~ese i"di~rid~ls recei~d the~ awerds initially s~der the wei~erger Fostdoctore1 Research Fellowship program ~n EY S974. 8 8 11 2 13 10 21 49 (9 8 3 g 2O 8 3 sa 64 . _ . , 8 8 1 2496 204' 4537 2 ~ 11855 89 660 2604 10 10 1 4351 89 2701 7141 ~ d d 57 d d d 20 d d d 77 _ . 449 65 5610 3,^58 22 2752 1?01 87 8362 = _ . . - - d d d 1073 d d d 148 d d d 122' C=ese indi~riduals received the~ awards ~niti.lly ~des the individua1 resear~h ^-ain~nS programs of the PE5 prior to ~ 1374. ~t~ "e not a~rellable. S0U=~: =" were derived from t~ulattons supplied by ~se $::stitutes u~d divisions of NTH and ADAt*A, January 9, 19?6. AS=*~A cats were supplied ir~ tenro of progsam are ss wh~ch were then cl~siied by the Co~ut~e' staff into =. f~ aggregate f~elds used $n t2tis study.

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rid: III.7 research Sraineeship and Fell~s~p Awards Use or 1915 by Aggregate Field, Ink droning Authority, and Awaking Instate Bioasedica1 Behevioral Clinical Sciences Scienees Sciences . . HI;SA WP~ FXS Pota1 NRSA WF PHS Tota1 ... S97 597 ~ 163 2S ~ 197 To"1 163 2S 606 794 ~ ~ . . _1 T 7 21 28 ~ 20 6 26 Tota1 27 ~ 21 54 ., , .: 227 3~70 397 ~ 94 47 141 So=1 321 47 170 538 ~ _ _ ... . .. S 30 277 307 11 269 286 ~ 55 25 9 89 1S t ], Ig Tota1 eS 25 ~K 396 28 7 270 305 ~ . . . . , .. _. . . . T 3? 20 1C5 202 3 3 ~ 35 16 3 54 To"1 72 16 148 256 3 3 ~ 51 194 245 F 16 14 3Q Total 67 S4 ~ 94 27S ~ . ~ S SO 63 =3 F 53 5 6 64 To"1 103 5 69 177 ~ __ . T 918 81 3700 4699 ~ 257 g 73 339 Tota1 11?5 90 3t73 5038 243 243 T 135 414 549 F 72 93 11 176 2 2 Total 207 93 425 725 2 2 ~ T 46 70 116 F l9S 9 9 213 12 To~ 241 9 79 329 12 ~ 9 9 ~ F 1 Tot;~1 9 9 ~ T 6 57 63 gS 95 F 3 6 2 11 3 1 4 So - 1 9 6 59 74 1 3 96 9g _ _ S 1501 101 5tO8 7316 11 619 636 ~ 963 255 122 1340 11 12 2 25 20~1 2410 356 5830 8656 28 L2 621 661 t ~ T d P d L l d I l I ___ 243 243 d d 349 d d 252 d d 601 d d d lOZ1 d ~ ~ 2" ~ d d ~5 ~ ~ t =0 a d d 33 d ~ d ~3 ~tSA 11PF P~ =~1 19 16 92 12? 8 :0 1 19 27 26 93 146 98 30? 405 99 S9 2 160 19? Sg =9 565 370 275 645 =4 77 1 232 524 77 276 S77 14 99 113 2 7 1 10 IG 7 100 123 5 40 58 t03 4 24 38 8 8 22 24 46 . .. . . . , .. . _ .. 28 27 214 269 4 ~ 10 32 33 214 27 1 141 329 470 62 26 2 90 203 26 331 560 . 294 294 ' ~ 17 1 29R 111 14 19 5 2 8 5 SB 2? 694 83 lt06 2483 350 191 i3 5S4 10 - 214 Stl 9 =37 j acal~ Ser~rices j ~oe.~. Researeh l 1 1 -- - - I m?sA WPF PES To"1 1 . .. 1 I. . .... . . _ ~ - 1 ' - -'--'~' - '' -- 1 1 ~ 1 _ ~ "SA wPF PHS Total 6 689 724 71 35 10 216 90 51 699 940 - 105 328 433 L19 65 2 i86 224 65 330 61 597 445 lO42 248 t24 1 373 845 124 446 1415 ~6] 645 ?06 68 39 11 118 29 39 654; 82~ 42 60 206 308 35 16 3 54 ~ 76 209 362 51 194 245 16 \4 67 14 i94 275 - 64 87 151 61 5 6 72 J-25 5 93 223 3a 30 30 30 946 108 4157 5211 261 t5 73 349 120? 123 4230 5560 276 743 lOlS 134 121 13 268 410 121 756 128, 46 364 410 207 10 13 230 253 SO 371 6CO 5 53 58 1 5 2 6 5 55 66 - 6 152 158 3 ~ 3 15 g 9 145 t73 2218 184 806} 10465 324 458 137 lgl9 3542 642 s20a 12384 ~ ~ ~ t490 t d d 569 d d d 2059 7~5 F SS92 Sot81 9257 S6St 309 S9" 24B3 554 3037 150 33 183 [1955 2488 4443 wve: s ~ ' ~~S; F ' f~ll~. ~- ~$~idus1s were ~or~ by ~rds ~ =e init~ y~r of ~ ~ pro - ~. bShe~ individ~~ls received their a~r~e inieIally under the Wain~rger Posedocearal Reaearch rello~hip progr~ ~ Fr 1974. 7hese indiviCu^Le rece$ved thCi ~.wa.r~ ~..it.~llv ::~er th- ~ivi ~41~ ~ -~ ~ -- ~ - ~ ~ -^ ~ - ~~~ ' - ~ ~ ~ ~ `" "e ~C aval~1~. ~: "" ~re derived. froc' ~utations supplied by =e inetI~es and dic1~e of NIR and A~A Ja~suary 9 1976 d t e-e pL ed n o pr ' "qroga" flel~ - ed $n =1s tudy. claesifled by ~ Co~it~ ~ stedi ~to =e i~s ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r~ ~ c~ ~ ~ ~ ;~OS ~ 0 ~ Is97 4 113

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TABLE II:. 8 ~search ~s~xeship and Fell~ip Es-~ted C~ Awarding ~ ns ti tute ~nts in ~f 1976 by h~qr~gate Fie ld, Ini tis.1 Tr~r~ng Au~ort ty, "d B:omed~cal Behavior^1 ~ Cli~cs1 Heal~ Se~rices . _ . _ Sciences Scicnees ~ 5ei -~_~ ^~ = To=1 _ ~X NDUD NIA=D NCI ; | NF5AB IPFb PHSC 50t~1 INRSA QF PXS To~l iNR5A W)F PHS ~o"1 I};RSA HPF PHS To"1 1 .. 1 -- - 1~ ~ S j 6 5 202 213 ~ 1 26 17 1 44 Toe~al 1 32 22 20 3 25 7 . 1 . i ~ 3 3 F 12 12 24 5otal 15 12 27 _ _. ~ . . _ I T j 284 100 384 F ! 36 32 68 Total ~ 320 32 lOO 452 ~ . 1 - - ~ 15 11 iB2 39 15 54 26 282 ~ _ - 1S7 4B 55 205 55 463 163 626 59 51 110 S22 51 163 7~6 i 8g 103 308 54 362 T ~ 33 213 276: 26 230 ~56 ! 14 NI=D F ~ 44 42 3 89 10 9 1 20 ~ 2 1 1 4 To"1 ~ 77 42 246 365 36 9 231 276 ! 16 1 90 107 ~- ~ 58 27 100 185 ! NIOR F 33 l' 52 1 j ~tal 91 46 100 237 ! _ ~ ~ .. . 1 T 1 66 112 17a ! r=~ F 1 2 19 2 Tota1 ~ 68 19 ~ 12 1~9 NE: NIQIS N=CO5 ~M ~A _ . . To~ca1 ~A - , L - 66 65 '31 . 20 27 47 ~ 1 31 1 1 33 3 - 3 Tota1 1 97 1 66 164 23 27 50 ~- S 1574 84 2120 3787 162 162 42 30 127 199 ~ 144 30 40 214 3 15 18 Tota1 1718 114 2169 40^1 162 162 45 45 121 2t 7 _ . . _ ._ . ... _ . ~ 172 266 438 F 56 53 3 '12 ~ 1 ~ Tota1 228 5 3 269 550 1 1 1 _ ~ 1 58 51 109 F 1 139 1` 1 153 Total ~ 1.97 13 52 262 T F | Total | I . ~ T ~ 1 38 45 ,~ 1 2 .6 1 9 total ~ g 6 39 S. . . _ .. . . . . .. T 1 2327 116 3306 5749 ! F 1 52S 244 50 819 =~' 1 2852 36C 3356 6568 At~EA ~ . _ ~ ~A~ r I NI" L | S ~ 1 ~ ~ Total =~3 c I T I $o"1 d d d 297 d d d 354 d d d 651 . 26 10 d 1 ~ | d 3 3 3 3 - 56 56 3 3 3 56 59 _ _ . 1 . . _ _ - 451 477 1 91S 86 1009 201C 13 1 24 1 221 160 1 382 ~ 3 452 501 1 3-i36 246 1Olo 2392 187 209 396 S4 22 76 241 22 209 272 74 74 12 1 13 i 12 1 74 87 - 8 t 15 1 1 1 1 9 ? 16 ; d d 930 d d 405 d d 333S 6046 1 l`~7 ll73 ~ 429 ?219 1 1836 ~ . _ 2010 382 2392 - 25 - 25 25 25 d d 109 d d d 35 ~ d d 144 I _A ~ ._ _ _~ . . 134 35 l~g wv::. ~ - "r~nee.; F - fell~. Snese I^~*,~id~'s were suppo~-ed by aYard~ in -=e ~it~ y~ of thc N~ pr:~a~. ~Shese kndivid~13 received the:r a-~:ds initi~ly under ehe weinbe:g~ Fos~ral 2esearc~ Fello~hip progreQ ~ Fr i974. eTh se lndivid~le received ~he:r sw=-ds 131~~'y ~der t.~ iodividus1 res~ch er~n~S proq~ of ebe PE5 pelor tc FY 1974. 3~" ~e nat aveLl~ble. ~ 9 45 23 - 77 . _ . _ _ 1 1 9 45 23 77 ~ ~ 1 ~ 21 16 48~5 521 65 32 1 98 86 48 485 619 - 160 8 168 60 67 127 220 67 8 295 .. . .. . . _ 747 263 ~ 010 95 83 I?8 842 83 263 1188 . . . _ . . 1 73 562 635 1 56 s2 s 113 129 S2 567 748 t ~ 67 ?2 123 25Z 1 13 19 52 1 loo 91 123 31.4 ! -- . . , . . _ 1 86 92 1?8 1 34 1 1 36 1 120 1 9 3 214 i 1616 u4 2418 4148 14? 45 40 232 1763 153 2458 4380 . . . ~ss 47s 634 110 76 3 189 469 76 478 1023 . . . . . . 58 125 183 lS1 14 1 166 20g- 14 L26 349 . . .. 8 35 43 1 1 9 35 ~ _ . . . . 7 94 101 2 g 1 12 9 9 95 L13 . 3268 202 4791 a 1 756 417 52 1225 1 4024 619 4843 S`~86 ~ . ~ 1 ~ d d 1336 | d d d ?94 I d d d 2130 . . ~Sg7 2019 11616 i;Ct~: "ta were derived ~rom -~ulations suppli" by ~ insti~s':es and ~'rletone of ~ and AD~A J~w 9, 1976 AI: l;MMA daca w~re auppl~eH in ter~ o~ program are~ ~nich w.~e =hen c'a~led by th. Cade~e.'a s-~ti inro the tour aggregate ~1~ smed in ekis study. 114

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SABLZ I:~.9 Pesearch Tr~n~shlp and Fe 'l~hip Es~ted C~no in FY 1977 by Aggze~t- Fleld, Ir~l~1 Tr~:~ing Author$ey~ and A~ ng Ine:.ltuee ~ca1 Sciences ~ea ~ ~b -,~ C ___ , .~ S 7 69 76 F 19 1 20 $ota1 26 1 69 96 ~ 1 . 1 1. ~ T 3 3 F 8 3 11 Tota1 11 3 14 ., . . . .. . - _ S 319 25 344 ~ 36 1S 5], Total 355 15 25 395 _ n$~ F Tota1 . .. $ F _ Total . ~ - F _ Sotal . F To~ ~ - Tota1 _ T F _ T F ~ ~!ota1 F $ota1 T F Total . T' F . Total T F ~ .. ~ Tatal 9ehe~rioral Scienees Clinica1 Sciences Health Senrices Tota1 Research _ _ _ -c ~rm -~-~1, N~A wr:- ~s n~~a1 MRSA WPF PRS Total N~ WPF ~S Tota1 NRSA WPF PHS To=1 .. _ . . __ _ 33 146 l?9 26 ~ ~~-~ - 206 ~ 4 11 2 1 3 40 ~ 146 190 28 ~ 180 209 . _ . .. 68 46 114 4 ~ 18 82 ~ 46 132 74 43 llt 5 3 8 79 3 43 125 ~ , ~ 70 - 31 101 14 14 84 31 115 . 2076 1383 3459 108 108 435 5 90 1 2161 1388 3549 t 10~3 108 . ' . .. 17? 130 307 i 19 3 22 196 3 130 329 1 . ., 64 64 24 5 29 8~ 5 93 ... t 24 31 1 2 - 3 8 2 24 34 2898 1897 4795 232 40 5 2t7 3130 40 1902 5072 15 14Q 155 32 3 3S 41 3 1" 190 . . ~ 211 211 31 5 36 242 5 39 247 S2S 39 560 60 25 85 581 25 39 645 . 20 45 6S 1 ~ 1 21 45 66 12 19 31 12 19 31 20 19 39 21 19 40 43 10 98 151 2 2 45 10 98 153 . _ . 199 ~ 07 306 14 4, 18 213 4 107 324 - 34 34 1 1 1 ~ 1 34 35 l 26 322 348 2 2 4 28 2 322 3~2 ~- 1049 10 467 1526 144 37 181 1193 47 467 1707 10 10 d d d 268 d d d 120 d d d 388 . . . _ 5063 397 5460 | d d d 618 1 d d ~ 138 | d d d ?56 e~ ~w ~2 1108 1526 181 1707 d d d 62 a d d 15 d d d n ~2 ~S 87 22 2Q9 231 51 ~ SS ?3 ~ 209 286 . 214 214 ~9 8 47 253 8 261 . . _ 840 64 904 gS 40 136 936 40 64 1040 79 10 5 15 89 5 371 465 80 65 145 14 4 78 94 4 65 163 74 43 117 5 3 8 ?9 3 43 125 - 90 SO 140 15 15 lCS SO lSS 2119 10 1589 371~8 87 5 92 2206 10 1594 3810 - 376 23? 613 i 33 7 ~o 409 7 23? 65 3 1 --- 64 64 24 5 29 88 5 S,3 ~8 3 - 10 21 1 1 58 65 1 3 4 8 3 S8 69 3973 10 26g6 6679 378 79 5 462 4351 89 2?01 714i . : _ . . C d ~ 948 d d d 273 d d d i22 i - 7627 ?3S 8362 ~$du"s were support" by awa~ in the inlt~1 year of t~ ~?Sa progr~. Tbe~ lr~divid~le reealvod their awerde ~nie~Lly ~nder the Weinber9er Postdoctora1 i~search Fello~hip progra~s in rY 1974. Shese indlviC~le received their ev rds init~lly under t~ ~vid~1 ree~rch erelolag progra of the PBS prior to n 1974. dData ~re aot available, SoU~: "ta wer" derived ~roo, tatulat$onc cupplied by ~`e inetitutes and dlvisionc of iqIR and AD~, January 9, 1976. A~A "t~ ~ere s~plled in tenso of proar~ areas which ~re ~n cl~ified by the Can~tt - 's tat! tnto the tour aggrega" fie 1 - ~seed in this ~tU~. 115

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