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National Advisory Research Resources Council - May 2008

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Air date: Wednesday, May 14, 2008, 8:00:00 AM
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Category: Advisory Board Meetings and Workshops
Runtime: 04:01:29
Description: During this meeting of the National Advisory Research Resources Council, Dr. Barbara Alving will provide an update on the progress of formulating NCRR’s 2009-2013 Strategic Plan. The agenda also features reports on a wide range of NCRR-supported activities that enhance the participation of minority, rural, and other underserved communities in the nation’s biomedical research enterprise. During this session, examples from the IDeA and CSTA programs will highlight challenges and best practices to ensure broad community engagement in clinical and translational research.

Additional presentations will describe advances that have been made in the mouse BIRN testbed; provide a progress report from last year’s evaluation of the Biomedical Technology Research Resources; and convey an initial report of the Division of Comparative Medicine’s 3 types of institutional National Research Service Awards for scientists with a veterinary background. There will also be a special presentation by Dr. Jay Hove, recipient of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers. The open session will conclude with a Working Group report on the National Synchrotron Light Source II.

The National Advisory Research Resources Council is comprised of 18 appointed members who serve for overlapping four-year terms. The membership includes leaders in scientific disciplines related to the activities of NCRR, as well as members of the general public who are leaders in fields of public and health policies, law, economics, and management. The Council meets three times a year to conduct second-level review of applications as required by law. The Council also advises NCRR on other funding activities, policies, and program considerations.

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Abstract: (CIT): During this meeting of the National Advisory Research Resources Council, Dr. Barbara Alving will provide an update on the progress of formulating NCRR's 2009-2013 Strategic Plan. The agenda also features reports on a wide range of NCRR-supported activities that enhance the participation of minority, rural, and other underserved communities in the nation's biomedical research enterprise. During this session, examples from the IDeA and CSTA programs will highlight challenges and best practices to ensure broad community engagement in clinical and translational research. Additional presentations will describe advances that have been made in the mouse BIRN testbed; provide a progress report from last year's evaluation of the Biomedical Technology Research Resources; and convey an initial report of the Division of Comparative Medicine's 3 types of institutional National Research Service Awards for scientists with a veterinary background. There will also be a special presentation by Dr. Jay Hove, recipient of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers. The open session will conclude with a Working Group report on the National Synchrotron Light Source II. The National Advisory Research Resources Council is comprised of 18 appointed members who serve for overlapping four-year terms. The membership includes leaders in scientific disciplines related to the activities of NCRR, as well as members of the general public who are leaders in fields of public and health policies, law, economics, and management. The Council meets three times a year to conduct second-level review of applications as required by law. The Council also advises NCRR on other funding activities, policies, and program considerations.
Subjects: Biomedical Research
Government Agencies--organization & administration
United States
Publication Types: Congress
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NLM Classification: W 20.5
NLM ID: 101475724
CIT Live ID: 6675
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