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APPENDIX IV T=INING P ROGERS OF NIT AND ADAM: FY 1975 AWARDS BY PROGRAM AREA -~D 7NSTITUTE/DIVISION

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The program of research training provided by NTH and ADAMHA in FY 1975 marked the Implementation of National Research Service Awards that specified certain conditions under which federally supported research training is given. In accordance with the provisions of the NRSA Act (PL 93-348), support is provided ''-for research or research training in only those subject areas for which . . . there is a need for personnel" (see Appendix V). Announcements of the availability of these awards were issued by NIR and ADAMHA shortly after the passage of the NRSA Act of July 1974 (see Appendix VI). These announcements solicited applications for both predoctoral and postdoctoral training grants and fellowships in specific areas of biomedical and behavioral research. The priority areas so identified by NIB and ADAM~A reflect the current need for research personnel as well as the areas of research that are the responsibility of the funding institute/division. Tables IV.1 through IV. 16, which follow, show the dis- tribution of the predoctoral and postdoctoral research trainee- ships and fellowships which were awarded by the institutes/ divisions of NTH and ADAMHA in FY lg75 by research training of the awarding unit. Table IV. 17 ~s a summary program area of these distributions. These classifications of the FY 1975 awards by program area within each institute/division, as well as by one of the four aggregate fields that have been used by the Committee in this report, have been developed and provided by NIH and AD~HA at the request of the Committee. The Clinical Sciences predoc- toral category in 1975 includes only the 543 trainees In the Medical Scientist Program (see Table IV.8) supported by the Institute of General Medical Science (HIGHS). The Committee recognizes that at the predoctoral level any classification of trainees into "basic biomedical sciences'' and "clinical sciences,' is somewhat arbitrary. In view of the evident difficulty that the several Institutes had in drawing such dis- tinctions to accommodate the Committee's classificatory scheme, particularly in the absence of uniform criteria applicable to the range of suLfields, the Committee decided in making its recommendations to include only the Medical Scientist Program within the Clinical Sciences predoctoral category. The Committee notes that NIGHS in its report to the Committee included the Medical Scientist Program under Basic Biomedical Sciences. However, subsequent discussions with the responsible program officials indicated that in view of the program's unique features, there was justification for its classification by the Committee under the Clinical Sciences category. In like manner, in reviewing in detail the Institutes r classifications of their predoctoral awardees reported under Clinical Sciences, it became clear that the large majority of these were Ph.D. candidates in basic biomedical Disciplines work- ing on problems of clinical interest. Thus,these 485 predoctorals (see Table IV. 17) were reclassified by the Committee under Basic Biomedical Sciences in Table 1.1. 119

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"B[~ IV.2 ?n~ber of Pre- and Postdoctoral A~r" in Ft 1975 by Aggregate Field and Program Ares, National flute of Arthritis, .Heta~lism, and Eve Diseases (NIA.~)a Bt~dica1 8etta~rio~1 Clinical dealt Services ~ Total Science Sciences Sciences Re~c~c~h . ~ , ~ . ~ . ~ . . . . ~ . P=,ll ~~PO.1It Total ~ L P-e post Equal Pre Pose Sotal thee Pose Fatal Arthritis Des~tol Demotes Pleura. c0~ ~ r - ~~-- r - -- - - Total _ _ ._ F S - alL _ F To~ T F To-~1 _ . _ T=~u F F = . T T0al T T~ta1 $ F 5~tal - . Digesti~re Dis~ses ~ A Endo~l~ _ _ _ . _ . B~tology =dney ar~ OroLogic . :,iseases Me=011= l~tion 28 26 54 COOS: Pre - pre-Ftl.~. or pre-IS.D.; Pbst ~ past-Ph.D. or post - .~; S ~ tr~nees' ~ ~ fell~. ~AMDO, organiz~ 1n l95O, suppor~ research into ehe causes, preven~on, disq~scsi3 and t~cae:ne:~t of ehe var~ous arthtleie, r.~u~tic, and collagen di~4ases and a broad spec~Cr~ of :`e~Lic dlscrders. SOt7~: ?Y 1975 data vere derived from tabulation~ suFplied by e~he institutes and divisions of ?tIN, ~anua~ry 9, 1976. 53 53 16 16 69 69 31 31 ~ 7 38 38 . . . 2 26 28 25 25 2 51 53 . . 69 69 30 30 99 99 _ . . 63 63 - 32 32 . 95 95 _. - - . , . 1 55 56 ' 10 10 1 65 66 . . _ . . . ~ 1 71 72 l, 19 90 91 - .. : ~ ~ . 11 17 12 12 23 29 16 16 ~ 9 25 25 . . 0 395 doS 150 t" SSS S65 53 53 16 16 69 69 . . .. 31 3J" ? 7 38 38 . . . 26 28 25 25 51 53 _ . 6S ~9 30 3O 99 99 63 63 32 32 gc gS _ . . _ . . 55 56 10 10 ~ 65 6o 1 71 72 19 lg O 91 _ _ 28 28 26 ?6 s4 s. :: 17 12 12 6 23 29 _ . . . :6 16 9 9 25 2S .. . . 423 433 186 186 6~9 6Ig 121

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Carcinogenesis Chemotherapy Dog Development Ep~emiolo~r Phonology ~ltidiscipL~,' Are~ _ . ~a~cn ~or Biology Vir.1 Qncology TO~ Biomedical Sciences Pre Pos~t To-~ 7 . . 14 28 42 17 17 14 45 59 a 18 26 3 3 8 21 29 . . 12 17 29 20 20 L 12 37 49 P~ram Area _ _e . . . , _ trotal T To~ T To~ __ Tota1 T F Tota1 . T F To+^ ~ . _, _ Total 35 T 13 11 24 F 48 48 Total 13 59 72 . . . _ T 31 29 60 F 28 28 T~t~ 1 31 57 88 T 169 228 397 F 141 141 $ota1 169 369 538 8 4 2 8 6 12 2 14 ~- 32 41 18 32 59 16 24 16 24 35 73 18 91 ~ _ ~ ~0 40 56 91 5 5 61 96 TABLE n.3 Nu~er of Pre- a.nd Postdoctoral Awards in EY 1915 ~ Ag=~gate "ield ~d ~s~ Mes, - =o~1 Cancer Institute ( NCI ) . . . . . . . . . _ Beha~rioral Clinic-1 Eleal~eh Sesvices Sc'enc~s Sciences Bese~ch Pre Post Total Pre Post Total Pre Post TotaL 1 24 ~t 71 2a 28 24 7S 99 12 10 4 12 34 . __ 20 ~2 . ~ 46 4a 32 8a - 12 6 18 3 3 12 9 21 . _ . 53 67 120 29 29 96 149 28 32 20 60 53 26 39 26 58 86 9 58 95 20 19 82 20 1;01 39 50 48 45 50 93 65 65 144 9 153 39 82 121 98 45 143 275 370 645 232 232 275 602 877 ~tal 38 75 113 45 45 38 120 158 20 48 68 7 7 2O 55 75 32 4S 77 52 52 32 97 '29 . 20 10 30 5 5 20 15 35 85 108 193 4' 47 85 ~ SS 240 . .. _ _ _ 42 63 105 42 63 ~ 05 . . 93 142 235 14 ~`, 93 156 249 33 30 63 130 130 33 160 93 . 81 77 1S8 ?3 13 81 150 23 1 . . 444 598 - lO42 373 373. 444 971 1415 CODE: Pre ~ pre~Ph.3. or p=-M.~.; Fos~ ~ post-Ph.~. or post-M.D.; T - ~ne - ; ~ ~ fell~. `:I, established ~ 1938, suppor 5 research relating to the cause, prevention, ~iagnosis, a~nd trest=ent Of cancer and supports an active program in c~ancer control t-~at ~ncl;;des opportunities to deve3.op "fecti~re means for therapy, r~ilitation, educat~ors, ar~d erain~g ~n the tr~ame.~t Of disease. SO~: FY 1975 data were derived 'rom ~hu3~cions supplied by ~e ins~tu~s and di^aions af ~, Jenuazy 9, 1976. 122

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SABLE IV.S Number of "e- and Pos~doctora1 Awards in E.Y 1915 by Aggregate Field and ~ogram Area, "tional Ins~ tute of Dental Research (N'DR) Biomedica 1 , Sc~ences Program Area Pre Post 5Otal ~ . T ! lota1 F Tota1 Total T Total ~tal F T~tal To~ ~ta1 Tota1 To=1 Tota1 _ Behavioral Studies Hineralization Nutrition Pzun Control 2er'odonta1 Disea~e storati~re Mat~ials Sali~ra~y Secretions Soft Tissue D:seases T== 2 7 g ~ 1 2 8 10 7 7 6 6 13 13 17 34 51 1~ 15 11 49 66 4 2 6 7 7 4 9 13 8 11 19 2 2 8 13 21 3 11 14 4 4 ~ 15 18 13 17 30 15 15 13 32 45 28 ~ 34 2 2 28 8 36 4 ~ 8 4 4 8 9 15 24 2 2 9 17 26 88 114 54 88 168 202 54 256 3 Behavioral Clinical | [Iealth Se~rices | Total Sciences Sciences ~ Research I . ~ Pre Post Total Pre Post Total | Pre Post To=1 Pre Post 5~tal ._ - I - 1 - ~ - ., .... , . . 1 } 2 3 5 5 10 15 1 1 5 11 16 7 7 6 6 13 13 32 72 104 3~S 15 32 87 llg 4 2 6 7 7 4 9 13 .. 8 11 19 2 2 8 13 21 8 15 23 4 4 8 Ig 27 15 42 57 15 ~ 15 57 72 _d 6 34 2 2 28 8 36 4 4 8 1 ls _ _ . 2E 4 4 8 11 24 35 2- 2 l- 26 37 115 193 3043 54 54 115 247 362 CODE: Pse ~ pre~Ph.3, or p~M.D.' Pos~c ~ post-Ph,D. or post-M,D,; T s tr~e~' F ~ fello~. R, established ~n 1948, suppor--s resPa rch into ~e causes, pre~rm~tion, diagnosis, ;=d treatsr~ent of or;~1 and dent~1 d~seases as~d related conditions -~.rough such discipi~es as biochemis~y, :=crobiology, immu3010gy, physiology, ana~y, genetics ~ bioengineer:rlg, and ~he soc_al and behavioral scies~ces. S=RCE:: PY 1975 ~ were derived from -~ulaticns s?~ppli" by ~e ins~tutes and ~sios:e of NIX, "-anu~y 9, 19?6. 124

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SABLE W.7 Member of Prc- and postdoctoral Awards in BY '9?S by Aggregate Fisid and Program Area, National Eye Ir.s~i tute ONES) a "r:`ea' Diseases Developmental Be alo.;y Epid--i ology Glaucoma ~snology Physiology ~nd Bioch~ s*.y Psychophys ics ~d g~v~iologica; Op~ cs Re*~na1 and Choroid~1 Diseases Sensosy/Motor :)i sordess ~habili~t~on , ~L T 5~t~ 1 T F Tota1 T Tota1 F T~ S F , $~ F To~ T 25 F To~ S F Tota1 T ~1 _ T | ~o~ . l B~ otrredical E~ehe~rioral Cltnical Sciences Sciences Sczences Pre ?ost Tota1 ~S 4 4 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 . 55 ~ 25 SS 80 11 9 20 11 9 | Realth. Sertrices | Total | Researeh l Pre Pos~c To~1 Pse ~s~ =~-al j Pre ?os~ To~al~ Pre Post 5O~cal l . _~ . 6 6 13 13 3 3 3 3 2 6 a 2 6 8 2 23- 23 23 _ 3 3 1 1- . . . . 34 38 8 8 42 46 30 30 38 75 64 38 139 20 22 22 22 22 30 30 64 177 2 21 2 g 1~1 _ .- _ _ 27 76 l:)3 2~7 ?6 ~ 9 103 20 11 g 20 24 24 24 24 33 33 33 33 42 lO' 151 72 72 42 181 223 CO!)E: 2= - prc-.~h,3.-or pre~.D.; Fost - post-?h.~. or post-~.~.; ~ - ~a~r - ~; F - fellovs. :I, esta~L4 shed ~ i968, supports ~ese~ch ^nd tr~.~r.g ~ ~ prewention, ~osis, ~d trea-~nt of cua1 disorders, ~ welt as thc reh^lita~c.on of ~e v~ sualLy ha~=icapped. SO;RCE: PY Lg?S data were dcriv" fro. ^~lations supplied }'y ~e ins~ tutce and ~lsions o' ~, "anu~ 9, 1975. 126 .

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SABLE llt.8 Nu~ber of Pra- and Postdoctoral Awards in EY 197S by Agg~gate Fiela and Prograss~ ~a, National Institute of Gener" Hedical Sczences (~=S) Program A.~^ Ba~ic Pathobialogy Be-havioral Sciences Cellular and .Yolecular Biology~ Cli~cal r~oratory Scientists CLinical Pharmacology _ ~ . Clinical Scientists c Genetic Mec~s::ss and Regulation - T F Total T F Tota1 1 ~ j F ! Total i T F . To~ T F . Total T F ~ To~ l | T i F ~ - .otal 1 455 132 587 1~3 123 455 25S 710 - J-' 531 F 12 12 I To~al S4~ S43 ~ . ~ T 30 3 33 ~ 7 11 18 Tata1 37 14 51 _ T 49G F 2 Tota1 492 : T 1 663 P j Tota1 663 . T Total T To~ ~ical Scientists Program .Hinority Access to ~searc}' Centers Phaneacological Sciencese Syst~ fend Integrati~re 8~olog~ Trarma and Burn Research Biomedical Behaviora 1 C=ni c s1 Sciences Sciences Sciences .. .. _ ~e Post Total .. 80 193 273 ~ 4 80 197 277 Pre Post Total Pre Post Total _ .. 229 14 243 Health Serv'ces Research Pre Post Total . l~98 46 2044 1 122 123 1999 168 2161 11 199 210 6 6 20:5 216 Tuta1 Pre Post Total 80 193 273 4 4 80 197 277 229 14 243 229 14 243 . 1998 4-6 2044 1 122 1 23 1999 163 2161 - 1 1 1 1 45 4S ~ 3 48 48 , . 11 199 210 6 6 11 205 216 ~ . 455 ~ 72 587 123 123 455 25~- 710 6 1 1 46 536 ~== 37 39 83 575 _ ~ . . 32 695 20 20 ~2 tlS . . .. _ 421t 452 4699 22 317 339 4239 769 5038 229 14- 243 22g 14 243 14 14 14 14 . 11 258 269 10 ~O 11 268 219 _. ..... 531 12 S43 _ 30 3 7 11 37 3~4 533 ~2 543 3 33 11 18 3~4 51 r 49Q 46 534; 2 37 39 492 83 565 ~ . 663 32 695 20 20 663 52 715 4487 724 ~ 211 ~ 32~7 3~9 4509 1051 5560 CDDE: P~ - pr~Ph.D, or p=-M.D.; P - t ~ ~st-Ph.D. or ~t-M.D.; T - tr~ees; ~ - fe=~. `~SS, est~lished in 1958, supports rese~ rch in scier~ces basic to ne~Lci ~e, focus Lng on the life psocesses at cellular. bCellular and Molecular Biology includes Anaeo=Lcal sciences, Biochemistry, BiophysLcs, MicsobiolOgf. Clinical Scientist includes Anes thesLology, EpidemLology, Diac,nostLc Radiology, Genesal S urge ry . In developinq its reco~cndations the Committee has elected to includ- thLs program Withi.n the Cl~Lcal ScLences (see the introductory section of thi. Appendix and Table 1.~). ~Phaneacolcgical Science- includ ~.edicin^1 Ch~stry, Pharmacology, Toxicology. Syst#ne and ntegrati~ 8iolog~y includes Blomedical Engineerlug, Biometry, Clinical Chemistry, Nutrition, Physiology. SC~' F:. 1975 data were deri ed from tabulat~ons supplied by the institutes and di~rlsions of NIS, January 9, 1976. 127

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T"LE IV.9 N=~xr of Pse- and Pos~doctora1 Awards in -~ 197S by A OCR for page 117
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TABLE IV'1? Su~aary of Pse- and Pos~do`:toral Awards in FY 1575 by Aggregat" Field, Aw~rding Institute mad YRchanism of Support (NIH and P`~QiA) Institute/Divisions _ N NIMI:> NIA.=D | T | F | Total F Total | 1 | T ~ NCI :3iomedi c~1 Behaviora1 Cl inical Sc ~ ences Sciences Sciences Real~ch Services I Total Research. P-e Post Tc:~l Pre Post ~otal Pre~ Post Total j Pr" ?ost ~otal Pre Post Tota1 __ . . . f. _ . . . . 4?8 119 597 197 197 418 316 794 . 28 28 25 26 54 54 . . 169 228 391 ~ 1 141 141 Total 1 '59 369 S38 2 125 127 19 19 2 144 146 10 395 405 160 160 10 SSS 565 275 370 64.5 232 232 . 2?5 602 877 NIDR NIEIIS NEI T 2 ~ 8 89 307 27C. 12 286 I F 39 Sg 19 19 1 Tota}. 218 1,8 396 1 274 31 305 T B~ 1'4 202 F 54 54 Total 88 L68 256 T 177 68 2~5 ~ 30 30 Total 177 98 27S T 38 7 5 113 F 64 64 [otal 38 139 177 . NIGMS 4247 45o 4699 229 14 243 F 1 22 317 339 ! Total ! 4253 769 5038 229 14 243 3 3 20 93 ~ 13 10 10 20 103 ;2' 24 79 103 34 38 8 8 4 42 46 11 258 269 10 iO 11 268 279 , . 480 24 ~ 724 216 216 480 460 940 10 423 ~33 186 186 10 609 619 444 598 1042 313 373 444 9?1 1415 S12 194 706 118 1 ~ 8 S12 312 824 115 193 ;08 54 54 115 247 362 . 177 68 245 30 30 177 98 2?5 r -- 42 lO, 1;1 72 ,2 42 181 223 4487 /24 5211 22 327 3-'9 4SO9 1051 ;560 r 79 391 470 1 242 777 1019 90 90 1 268 268 79 481 560 j 242 1~45 1~.' 60 234 294 i 66 344 410 17 17 23G 230 60 251 111 66 574 640 24 34 58 8 8 24 42 66 122 36 158 15 15 ~ 22 51 173 5721 3744 1C465 22 1697 1919 6743 5641 12384 N=CDS N=. and D9R I _ | F ; mota1 1 1 ~ ~ 46 J F | 1 Tot~ 1 46 i T j 163 3 85 549 176 17.6 1 2 2 1 Total 1 ', 63 562 725 1 2 2 - - - ~ -- 1 _ ~ , , _, , I T 1 5 ~1 0 116 1 F 1 213 213 T=ta1 ~ 6 32i 329 1 ~, 1 ~ ~ ~ 1 1 5 4 9 17 63 1 76 19 95 11 11 1 4 4 28 . 74 ~ 76 23 99 7 19 19 8 8 27 27 j 19 11 30 1 19 11 30 1 1 1 T 1 5630 1686 7316 N~ 1=LAL 1 F 1 22 1318 1340 1 -total 1~652 3004 8656 . ~ t 587 49 636 25 25 587 74 661 485 1998 2483 554 - SS4 485 2552 303 7 19 11 30 1 19 ~J. 30 1 A~A I T 1 254 95 349 1 982 39 1021 NIDA. NIAA~ . N~MM ! F ~ 15 5 97 252 ~ l8S 99 284 ~al 11 1~7 1 ~ 1 ~rl~ rI~ and ~n~. ~ - | F G~= TOTAL ' Tot~al 1 5884 1781 7665 1 171 1415 lS92 1 6061 3196 9257 1569 88 '651 lS5 124 309 1754 212 1966 95 25 120 ~ 18 15 33 1 113 40 LS3 485 1998 2483 554 554 485 2552 3031 1331 159 1490 1 ~ 58 211 569 I 16R9 37n 2ns4 ~ 114 36 150 . . _ . _ 0052 3903 ,'955 Ld Lb J~ ~ 380 2108 2488 132 51 183 1 3432 6011 14443 In developing lts recom:nendation~ tbe Commi~tee has elected to include these predoc--orals w~ thin the 3asic aiomedica Sciences ( see the introductory section of ~s Ap,oer~dix and Table 1.1) . CODE: 2re ~ pre-Ph.D. or pre-M.D.; Po~t ~ post-Ptt.~. or po';t-~.~. s 5~- traine~s; v fel'cws. SOUR=:: F~ 19,~ data were der$ved ~rom tabulations s':ppl~ed by the ',ns~citut"s and divisions of NtH and ADP~, Jantlary 9, 1976. ADA~A daca were suoplied in ter~ns of progra2~ a~e&s whic;a were then classified by "-he Co~ittee' g staff into the four aggreg~ate fields used in .~s s-~dy. 136 , _. . . .. . . ...