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									     UCSF Multidisciplinary
    Faculty Scholars Program

          Roadmap K12
      Stephen Hulley MD, MPH, Director
Ralph Gonzales, MD, MSPH, Associate Director
     Chris Ireland MPH, Deputy Director
    Allison Deneen, Program Representative
           Adeneen@psg.ucsf.edu
NIH boosts clinical & translational research
Nathan report (1997) leads to NIH policy to increase
  funding for clinical research career development
   – Individual awards (K01, K08, K23, K24)
   – Institutional awards (K12, K30)
NIH Roadmap (2003)
   – Translational research to enhance transfer of basic discoveries
     into clinical world, and thence to improved health in the
     community
   – Numerous awards, including two large institutional career
     development awards:
       • Roadmap T32 predoctoral training
       • Roadmap K12 junior faculty training/career development
                   Roadmap K12 at UCSF
• Goal: Be a catalyst to strengthen and create leaders for
  multidisciplinary clinical research at UCSF
• Definitions:
  – Multidisciplinary
      •   Medicine, Pharmacy, Nursing, Dentistry
      •   Epidemiology, biostatistics, social science
      •   Bench science, medical informatics, imaging
      •   (see Website for current Scholars’ approach to this)
   – Clinical research
      •   Patient-oriented research
      •   Outcomes and health services research
      •   Epidemiologic studies
      •   Clinical trials
      •   Translational research
           – T-1 (bench to clinical) and T-2 (clinical to population)
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                      2 GCRC’s             Dept. of            K30           75,000 sq ft    Many multi-
                       1 PCRC           Epidemiology          Master’s      Clin Research    disciplinary
                                        & Biostatistics       Degree            Facility       centers


                                  Outstanding Setting for Clinical Research Training
Multidisciplinary Roadmap K12 award
• Training
  – 2-year Master of Clinical Research or equivalent
• Protected Time
  – 75% training and career development in research
     • Possibility of negotiating lower percentage if surgeon, etc
• Research Incubator
  – Fridays @ China Basin Landing
  – Desk space, mentoring, core experts, staff, data and
    coordinating centers
• Home Department
  – Mentors, labs, patients, staff, office space, resources
  – Multidisciplinary research teams
  – Career plan to become a leading force in home
    department’s multidisciplinary clinical research
Scholar Support in UCSF Roadmap K12

– Salary support
     • $75,000 x 5 yrs or same 5-yr total over 4 yrs (up to 75%)
–   Tuition for coursework/masters degree
–   $25K/year in research funds
–   $10K/year to support mentor costs
–   $5K/year for travel
                     Eligibility
• Doctoral level health science degree
  (MD, DDS, Pharm D, PhD, etc)
• Assistant professor any series at start of award
• Has not been PI of an R01, P01 project, K01, K08, K23
• Lead mentor and co-mentor(s) in different disciplines
• Commitment for protected time and resource support by
  Dept Chair and mentors
              Selection of Scholars
Process:
Multidisciplinary Advisory Committee (MAC)
   (campus-wide group acting as study section)
Criteria:
1.   Track record: training, products
2.   Research plan: importance, feasibility
3.   Training plan: multidisciplinary mentors, courses
4.   Resources: space, staff, dollars, protected time
5.   Career potential: likelihood of becoming a
     multidisciplinary team leader
Also considered:
Under-represented schools, departments, racial/ethnic groups
    UCSF Roadmap K12 Application

• Step I: 2-page structured letter of intent
• Step II (if invited):
  – Similar to K23 application, but more concise
     •   CV
     •   2-page training and career development plan
     •   10-page research proposal
     •   letters from mentors and department chair
                        Timetable
• August: UCSF Roadmap K12 Website for 2006-7
    – Update with specifics for this year’s applications
• Early November: K12 Letter of intent due (N~50)
• Early December: Top LOI’s invited to apply (N~25)
• Early February: K12 Application due
• Mid March:
   – Preliminary notification of award
   – Master’s degree application due
• May: NIH approval of award
• July 1: Appointment starts (N~7-8)
              More information
View websites
  •   Training in Clinical Research: Google UCSF TICR
  •   Roadmap K12: Google UCSF Roadmap K12
         (after August 1)

Contact program team
  •   Allison Deneen (adeneen@psg.ucsf.edu), or
  •   Chris Ireland, Ralph Gonzales, Steve Hulley

Contact MAC Executive Group
  •   Les Benet PhD
  •   Deborah Grady MD, MPH
  •   John Greenspan BDS, PhD
  •   Bernard Lo MD
  •   Kathy Lee PhD
  •   Morris Schambelan MD
      UCSF Roadmap K12 Scholars 2005 -

Scholar             Dept/Div        Mentor #1       Mentor #2/3

M Beattie MD MAS    DGIM            Women’s Hlth    Genetics/Oncology
G Campos MD PhD     Gen’l Surgery   Epidemiology    Surgery/Endocrine
J-L Chen PhD        HlthCare Nurs   Endocrinology   MntHlthNurs/Peds
M Gandhi MD MPH     Infect Dis      Infect Dis      Clin Pharm
R Keller MD         Peds Neonate    Peds Neonate    Biostatistics
K Liu MD PhD        Nephrology      Pulm Anesth     Nephrology
Z Tseng MD          Cardiology      Cardiology      Genetics
D White MD          Pulm CritCare   Ethics          Geriatrics
K Yang PharmD MPH   Clin Pharm      Clin Pharm      Anesth/Med
          UCSF Roadmap K12 Scholars 2006 -

Scholar              Dept/Div       Mentor #1        Mentor #2/3

N Acharya MD MS      Ophthalmolgy   Ophthalmology    EpiBiostat/Med/Int Hlth
B Aouizerat PhD      Phys Nursing   Phys Nursing     Oral Surgery/Dentistry
A Bryant MD MPH      ObGyn          ObGyn            DGIM/Pediatrics
V Flaherman MD MPH   Pediatrics     EpiBiostat       Nursing/Kaiser DOR
G Marcus MD          Cardiology     Cardiology       Biochem Biophysics
J Tang MD PhD        Dermatology    Derm/Genetics    Derm/Hlth Serv Res
J Tsui MD MPH        DGIM           DGIM/Epi         Nephrology/GI
F Valeyos MD MPH     GI             GI               Lab Med/Kaiser DOR
M Wintermark MD      Radiology      Neuroradiology   Neurology/Radiology
Questions and Answers…

								
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