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Reorganization of DKUS IRG. Digestive, Kidney and Urological Sciences. SUMMARY. CONVERT A SUCCESSFUL RECURRENT SEP TO A CHARTERED STUDY SECTION CONVERT A CHARTERED STUDY SECTION WITH VERY LOW WORKLOAD TO A RECURRENT SEP. NO NET CHANGE IN NUMBER OF CHARTERED STUDY SECTIONS.

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Reorganization of dkus irg

Reorganization of DKUS IRG.

Digestive, Kidney and Urological Sciences


Summary

SUMMARY

  • CONVERT A SUCCESSFUL RECURRENT SEP TO A CHARTERED STUDY SECTION

  • CONVERT A CHARTERED STUDY SECTION WITH VERY LOW WORKLOAD TO A RECURRENT SEP.

    NO NET CHANGE IN NUMBER OF CHARTERED STUDY SECTIONS


Recurrent sep systemic injury from environmental exposure siee

Recurrent SEP - Systemic Injury from Environmental Exposure (SIEE) :

  • CSR Agreement to run a test SEP focused on environmental health and toxicology for three Council rounds (2009) and then evaluate the review outcomes.

  • Although SIEE was successful, CSR terminated the SEP and assigned environmental health and toxiology applications to 4 other study sections

  • Working Group meeting (2012) recommended Chartering SIEE.

  • SIEE was reconstituted as a recurrent SEP in 2012 for further testing and analysis


Environmental health toxicology workgroup

Environmental Health Toxicology Workgroup

CHERYL L WALKER (Chair)UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS

DAVID C CHRISTIANI HARVARD UNIVERSITY

GWEN COLLMANNIEHS

ILA COTEEPA

JOSEPH H GRAZIANO COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

JOHN D GROOPMAN JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY

F PETER GUENGERICH VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY

RONALD N HINES MEDICAL COLLEGE OF WISCONSIN

DEBRA LYNN LASKIN RUTGERS UNIVERSITY

PAUL J LIOYUMDNJ

STEPHEN B PRUETT MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY

ALVARO PUGAUNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI

KENNETH S RAMOS UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE

STEPHEN H SAFE TEXAS A AND M UNIVERSITY

MARTYN T SMITH UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-BERKELEY


Application numbers in siee sep

Application Numbers in SIEE SEP

Council RoundTOTAL R01s%ES

Jan-09 544276

May-09 624777

Oct-0960 4560

May-13 925096

Oct-13452483

Jan-14 844789

May-14724789

Oct-14714183

AVERAGE684382


Examples of awarded grants from siee

Examples of Awarded Grants from SIEE

Chapman, EliStress response, p97, and Nrf2 in arsenic-mediated toxicity

University Of Arizona

Phipps, Richard P. Environmental obesogens reduce Thy1 expression and

University Of Rochester promote obesity

Totah, Rheem AngelaRole of Cyp2J2 in Xenobiotic Induced Qt-Prolongation

University of Washington

Li, Yong Convergence of MicroRNAs and P53 Signaling in Multiple

University Of Louisville Myeloma: Environmental Cofactors

Gilbert, Kathleen MDetermining How Trichloroethylene Alters Cd4+

Arkansas Children's HospitalT Cell Function

Pestka, James JTrichothecene Toxicity and the Ribotoxic Stress Response

Michigan State University


Effect of siee on related srgs

EFFECT OF SIEE ON RELATED SRGs


Urologic and genitourinary physiology and pathology ugpp

Urologic and Genitourinary Physiology and Pathology (UGPP)

  • History of low application numbers

  • Difficulty in reviewer recruitment

  • General agreement not to merge with kidney based study sections (Community groups and NIDDK staff

  • Agreement from NIDDK Program staff to convert to a recurrent SEP


Application numbers in ugpp

Application Numbers in UGPP

Council RoundTOTAL R01s%DK

Oct-12322167

Jan-13473281

May-13 392471

Oct-13392483

Jan-14 442485

May-14432669


Proposal

PROPOSAL

  • Convert SIEE to a Chartered Study Section

  • Convert UGPP to a Recurrent SEP

  • Continue to monitor SIEE and related study sections for any problems

  • Continue to work with the Urology research community to find ways to encourage greater participation


Degree of ic capture of other srgs in dpps

Degree of IC capture of other SRGs in DPPS

KMBD - > 90% NIDDK

PBKS - 82% NIDDK

CIMG - 77% NIDDK

VB - 100% NIAID

HIBP - 90% NIAID

IMM IRG > 85% NIAID

PTHE - 100% NIAID

BACP - 98% NIAID

VIRA - 90% NIAID

VIRB - 95% NIAID

CRFS - 90% NIAID

DDR - 97% NIAID


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