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  1. Education and Employment of Biological and Medical Scientists 2008 Data from National Surveys Howard H. Garrison Kimberly McGuire FASEB Office of Public Affairs

  2. Contents • Graduate School Application • Graduate School Applications in Biological and Health Sciences [Slide 9] • Graduate Records Examination (GRE) Scores • Mean Quantitative Scores of US Citizens and Permanent Residents Intending to Enroll in Biological and Health Sciences [Slide 11] • Graduate School Enrollment • First Time, Full Time Biological and Medical Sciences Graduate Students in Doctorate Granting Departments by Citizenship/Visa Status [Slide 13] • First Time, Full Time Biological and Medical Sciences Graduate Students in Doctorate Granting Departments by Ethnicity (US Citizens and Permanent Residents Only) [Slide 14] 2

  3. Contents • Graduate School Enrollment (continued) • Total Biological and Medical Sciences Graduate Students in Doctorate Granting Departments by Citizenship/Visa Status [Slide 15] • Total Biological and Medical Sciences Graduate Students in Doctorate Granting Departments by Ethnicity (US Citizens and Permanent Residents Only) [Slide 16] • Total Biological and Medical Sciences Graduate Students in Doctorate Granting Departments by Sex [Slide 17] • Full Time Biological and Medical Sciences Graduate Students in Doctorate Granting Departments by Mechanism of Support [Slide 18] • NIH Trainees and Fellows • Pre-Doctoral and Post-Doctoral Positions on NIH Training Grants and Fellowships [Slide 20] 3

  4. Contents • NIH Trainees and Fellows (continued) • Fellowship (F32) Applications Reviewed and Awarded [Slide 21] • NIH Spending on Training Grants and Fellowships [Slide 22] • Doctorate Awards • Doctorate Degrees Awarded in the Biological and Medical Sciences by Citizenship/Visa Status [Slide 24] • Doctorate Degrees Awarded in the Biological and Medical Sciences by Ethnicity (US Citizens and Permanent Residents Only) [Slide 25] • Doctorate Degrees Awarded in the Biological and Medical Sciences by Sex [Slide 26] • Academic Postdoctoral Appointments • Biological and Medical Sciences Postdocs by Citizenship/ Visa Status [Slide 28] 4

  5. Contents • Academic Postdoctoral Appointments (continued) • Biological and Medical Sciences Postdocs by Degree and Citizenship/ Visa Status [Slide 29] • Biological and Medical Sciences Postdocs by Sex and Citizenship/ Visa Status [Slide 30] • Biological and Medical Sciences Postdocs by Source of Support [Slide 31] • Postdoctoral Appointments for Individuals with PhDs from US Institutions • Percent of US Biomedical PhDs with Postdoc 1-2 Years Post-PhD [Slide 33] • Percent of US Biomedical PhDs with Postdoc 3-4 Years Post-PhD [Slide 34] • Percent of US Biomedical PhDs with Academic Postdoc 1-2 Years Post-PhD [Slide 35] • Percent of US Biomedical PhDs with Academic Postdoc 3-4 Years Post-PhD [Slide 36] 5

  6. Contents • Stay Rates of Foreign Doctorate Recipientsfrom US Universities • Stay Rates for Temporary Residents with Life Science Doctorates [Slide 38] • Employment Status of Individuals with PhDs from US Institutions • Employment of Biomedical Science PhDs by Sector of Employment [Slide 40] • Distribution of Biomedical Science PhDs by Sector of Employment [Slide 41] • Academically Employed Biomedical PhDs by Tenure Status [Slide 42] • Distribution of Academically Employed Biomedical PhDs by Tenure Status [Slide 43] • Percentage of U.S. Biomedical Science PhDs Holding Tenure or Tenure-Track Positions, Total [Slide 44] 6

  7. Contents • Employment Status of Individuals with PhDs from US Institutions (continued) • Percentage of U.S. Biomedical Science PhDs Holding Tenure or Tenure-Track Positions 5-6 Years Post-PhD [Slide 45] • Medical School Faculty Appointments • Medical School Faculty Members by Degree and Department Type [Slide 47] • Total and New Faculty 1970 to 2007 in U.S. Medical Schools [Slide 48] • NIH Grant Applications and Awards • Average Age of First Time R01 Equivalent Investigators [Slide 50] • Number of Competing Awards (Including First R01) [Slide 51] 7

  8. Graduate School Application 8

  9. Graduate School Applications in Health and Biological Sciences 9 Return to Contents Source:http://www.cgsnet.org/

  10. Graduate Records Examination (GRE) Scores 10

  11. Mean Quantitative Scores of US Citizens and Permanent Residents Intending to Enroll in Biological and Health Sciences 11 Return to Contents Source:http://www.ets.org

  12. Graduate School Enrollment 12

  13. First Time, Full Time Biological and Medical Sciences Graduate Students in Doctorate Granting Departments by Citizenship/Visa Status 13 Return to Contents Source:http://www.nsf.gov/statistics/gradpostdoc/

  14. First Time, Full Time Biological and Medical Sciences Graduate Students in Doctorate Granting Departments by Ethnicity (US Citizens and Permanent Residents Only) 14 Return to Contents Source:http://www.nsf.gov/statistics/gradpostdoc/

  15. Total Biological and Medical Sciences Graduate Students in Doctorate Granting Departments by Citizenship/Visa Status 15 Return to Contents Source:http://www.nsf.gov/statistics/gradpostdoc/

  16. Total Biological and Medical Sciences Graduate Students in Doctorate Granting Departments by Ethnicity (US Citizens and Permanent Residents Only) 16 Return to Contents Source:http://www.nsf.gov/statistics/gradpostdoc/

  17. Total Biological and Medical Sciences Graduate Students in Doctorate Granting Departments by Sex 17 Return to Contents Source:http://www.nsf.gov/statistics/gradpostdoc/

  18. Full Time Biological and Medical Sciences Graduate Students in Doctorate Granting Departments by Mechanism of Support 18 Return to Contents Source:http://www.nsf.gov/statistics/gradpostdoc/

  19. NIH Trainees and Fellows 19

  20. Pre-Doctoral and Post-Doctoral Positions on NIH Training Grants and Fellowships 20 Return to Contents Source:http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/award/award.htm

  21. Fellowship (F32) Applications Reviewed and Awarded 21 Return to Contents Source:http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/award/award.htm

  22. NIH Spending on Training Grants and Fellowships 22 Return to Contents Source:http://officeofbudget.od.nih.gov/UI/HistoricalBudgetRequests.htm

  23. Doctorate Awards 23

  24. Doctorate Degrees Awarded in the Biological and Medical Sciences by Citizenship/Visa Status 24 Return to Contents Source: http://www.nsf.gov/statistics/doctorates/

  25. Doctorate Degrees Awarded in the Biological and Medical Sciences by Ethnicity (US Citizens and Permanent Residents Only) 25 Return to Contents Source: http://www.nsf.gov/statistics/doctorates/

  26. Doctorate Degrees Awarded in the Biological and Medical Sciences by Sex 26 Return to Contents Source: http://www.nsf.gov/statistics/doctorates/

  27. Academic Postdoctoral Appointments 27

  28. Biological and Medical Sciences Postdocs by Citizenship/Visa Status 28 Return to Contents Source: http://www.nsf.gov/statistics/gradpostdoc/

  29. Biological and Medical Sciences Postdocs by Degree and Citizenship/Visa Status 29 Return to Contents Source: http://www.nsf.gov/statistics/gradpostdoc/

  30. Biological and Medical Sciences Postdocs by Sex and Citizenship/ Visa Status 30 Return to Contents Source: http://www.nsf.gov/statistics/gradpostdoc/

  31. Biological and Medical Sciences Postdocs by Source of Support 31 Return to Contents Source: http://www.nsf.gov/statistics/gradpostdoc/

  32. Postdoctoral Appointments for Individuals with PhDs from US Institutions 32

  33. Percent of US Biomedical PhDs with Postdoc 1-2 Years Post-PhD 33 Return to Contents Source: http://sestat.nsf.gov/

  34. Percent of US Biomedical PhDs with Postdoc 3-4 Years Post-PhD 34 Return to Contents Source: http://sestat.nsf.gov/

  35. Percent of US Biomedical PhDs with Academic Postdoc 1-2 Years Post-PhD 35 Return to Contents Source: http://sestat.nsf.gov/

  36. Percent of US Biomedical PhDs with Academic Postdoc 3-4 Years Post-PhD 36 Return to Contents Source: http://sestat.nsf.gov/

  37. Stay Rates of Foreign Doctorate Recipients from US Universities 37

  38. Stay Rates for Temporary Residents with Life Sciences Doctorates 38 Return to Contents Source:http://orise.orau.gov/sep/pubs.htm

  39. Employment Status of Individuals with PhDs from US Institutions 39

  40. Employment of Biomedical Science PhDs bySector of Employment 40 Return to Contents Source: http://sestat.nsf.gov/

  41. Distribution of Biomedical Science PhDs bySector of Employment 41 Return to Contents Source: http://sestat.nsf.gov/

  42. Academically Employed Biomedical PhDs by Tenure Status 42 Return to Contents Source: http://sestat.nsf.gov/

  43. Distribution of Academically Employed Biomedical PhDs by Tenure Status 43 Return to Contents Source: http://sestat.nsf.gov/

  44. Percent of US Biomedical Science PhDs Holding Tenure or Tenure-Track Positions, Total 44 Return to Contents Source: http://sestat.nsf.gov/

  45. Percent of US Biomedical Science PhDs Holding Tenure or Tenure-Track Positions 5-6 Years Post-PhD 45 Return to Contents Source: http://sestat.nsf.gov/

  46. Medical School Faculty Appointments 46

  47. Medical School Faculty Members by Degree and Department Type 47 Return to Contents Source:http://www.aamc.org/data/facultyroster/reports.htm

  48. Total and New Full-Time Faculty 1970 to 2007 in US Medical Schools with Ph.D. or equivalent degree (includes M.D./Ph.D.) 48 Return to Contents Source: http://www.aamc.org

  49. NIH Grant Applications and Awards 49

  50. Average Age of First Time R01 Equivalent Investigators 50 Return to Contents Source:http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/award/award.htm