Metrics of Program Success

Metrics of Program Success Over the Last 10 Years, 2005-2016.

  • This program has supported the research training and career development of 37 postdoctoral fellows (32 completed and 5 on-going).
    • 5 (13.5%) MD or MD/PhD
    • 25 (67.6%) female
    • 11 (29.7%) from a group underrepresented in science
      • 8 Hispanic
      • 2 African American
      • 1 Pacific Islander
  • 32 fellows completed appointments during the past ten years. Of these:
    • 15 (47%) hold academic appointments; of these,
      • 8 (53%) hold faculty appointments in a research intensive institution
      • 7 (47%) hold faculty appointments in a primarily undergraduate institution
    •   6 (19%) conduct research in industry or research institute
    •   2 (6%) conduct research in academia as research scientists (non-faculty appointment)
    •   2 (6%) entered private practice
    •   1 (3%) is engaged in a science policy fellowship (AAAS)
    •   1 (3%) continues in postdoctoral research training supported by a K12
    •   1 (3%) is completing an advanced clinical fellowship in pathology
    •   1 (3%) teaches science in public schools
    •   1 (3%) attends law school (2nd year student)
    •   1 (3%) opened a yoga, naturopathic medicine and wellness center
    •   1 (3%) remains at home with a new baby

 

  • 12 of 32 completed trainees (37.5%) obtained independent postdoctoral research training or career development awards during support by this program within the past decade.
    • 5 were awarded an individual NRSA from the NIH
    • 5 received a postdoctoral research fellowship from the American Heart Association)
    • 2 received a career development award (K01) from the NIH