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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.

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


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

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

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

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


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

Council RoundTOTAL R01s%DK

Oct-12322167

Jan-13473281

May-13 392471

Oct-13392483

Jan-14 442485

May-14432669


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

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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