AAMC News and Leadership Announcements, 2012 September 14

Here are the highlights from the current issue:

NIH on Monday posted guidance to Public Health Service (PHS) grantee institutions on review and reporting requirements for departures from the Eighth Edition of the Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals (Guide). The notice clarifies the reporting requirements when investigators and institutions deviate from various types of “must” and “should” statements in the Guide.

http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-OD-12-148.html <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732739:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

At a packed Capitol Hill event on Thursday, the first annual Golden Goose Awards were presented. The awards showcase the human and economic benefits of federally funded research and highlight seemingly obscure or unusual studies that led to major breakthroughs and significant impacts on society. The awards went to scientists for their work on glowing jellyfish, radiation waves, and tropical coral.

http://www.goldengooseaward.org/ <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732742:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

An article in Tuesday’s New York Times discussed research collaborations involving physicians and veterinarians working at both human and animal hospitals. The article reported, “Exchanges of this sort are becoming increasingly common. Once a narrow trail traveled by a few hardy pioneers, the road connecting veterinary colleges and human medical institutions has become a busy thoroughfare over the last five years or so, with a steady flow of researchers representing a wide variety of medical disciplines on both sides. One reason is a growing frustration with the inefficiency of using the rodent model in lab research, which often fails to translate to human subjects. So researchers are turning their attention to the naturally occurring diseases in dogs, horses, sheep and pigs, whose physiology and anatomy more closely resemble those of humans.”

http://tinyurl.com/9x7sbx2 <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732745:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

AAAS has produced a new guide: “Facilitating Interdisciplinary Research and Education: A Practical Guide.” The Guide was written in partnership with the University of Colorado Biofrontiers Institute and provides a set of “best practices” for scholars, administrators, and funders who are starting, managing, and supporting interdisciplinary research and education programs.

http://www.aaas.org/cspsp/interdisciplinary/guide/ <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732752:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force on Monday released a recommendation against screening for ovarian cancer in women. The final recommendation on this topic applies to women who show no signs or symptoms of the disease and do not have known genetic mutations (such as BRCA1 and BRCA2) that put them at increased risk for the disease.

http://www.uspreventiveservicestaskforce.org/uspstf12/ovarian/ovarcancerbulletin.pdf <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732760:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

A nationwide patient safety project funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) reduced the rate of central line-associated bloodstream infections (CLABSIs) in intensive care units by 40 percent, according to the agency’s preliminary findings of the largest national effort to combat CLABSIs to date. The project used the Comprehensive Unit-based Safety Program (CUSP) to achieve its landmark results that include preventing more than 2,000 CLABSIs, saving more than 500 lives and avoiding more than $34 million in health care costs. The agency and key project partners from the American Hospital Association (AHA) and Johns Hopkins Medicine discussed the findings at the AHRQ annual conference on Monday and introduced the CUSP toolkit that helped hospitals accomplish this marked reduction.

http://www.ahrq.gov/news/press/pr2012/pspclabsipr.htm <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732761:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

The full list of announcements is below.

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Christopher P. Austin, M.D., has been named the first permanent director of the NIH’s newest center, the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS). NIH Director Francis S. Collins, M.D., Ph.D., made the announcement at the inaugural meetings of the NCATS Advisory Council and Cures Acceleration Network (CAN) Review Board. Dr. Austin will succeed NCATS Acting Director Thomas R. Insel, M.D., on Sept. 23, 2012. Dr. Austin had been serving as director of NCATS Division of Pre-Clinical Innovation since the NCATS launch in December 2011. A developmental neurogeneticist by training, Dr. Austin came to NIH in 2002 from Merck. He began his NIH career as senior advisor to the director for translational research at the National Human Genome Research Institute, where he initiated the Knockout Mouse Project and the Molecular Libraries Roadmap Initiative. Other NIH roles have included serving as director of TRND and the NCGC, and as scientific director of the NIH’s Center for Translational Therapeutics.

http://www.nih.gov/news/health/sep2012/ncats-14.htm <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732735:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

Yale-New Haven Hospital on Wednesday announced the completion of its acquisition of the Hospital of Saint Raphael (HSR). With the addition of 511 beds, the Yale-New Haven organization is now one of the largest hospitals in the country, with a combined 1,519 beds. About 400 members of the HSR medical staff have been newly credentialed as members of the Yale-New Haven Hospital medical staff.

http://medicine.yale.edu/news/cedar/saint_raphael.aspx <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732736:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

http://www.ynhh.org/news/press-release-detail.aspx?story=8555 <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732737:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

Harold M. Maurer, M.D., who has been chancellor of the University of Nebraska Medical Center since 1998, has announced he will move to a new role with the university on June 30. On July 1, 2013, will become a professor in the UNMC Department of Pediatrics and chancellor emeritus. He will devote much of his time to his new position at the University of Nebraska Foundation to lead fundraising for the cancer center campus, a $370 million project that will create space for cancer research and care. Dr. Maurer was dean of the UNMC College of Medicine from 1993 to 1997.

http://tinyurl.com/8sbnsup <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732738:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

NIH on Monday posted guidance to Public Health Service (PHS) grantee institutions on review and reporting requirements for departures from the Eighth Edition of the Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals (Guide). The notice clarifies the reporting requirements when investigators and institutions deviate from various types of “must” and “should” statements in the Guide.

http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-OD-12-148.html <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732739:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

The American Hospital Association on Thursday released a new report from the economic consulting firm Tripp Umbach that finds that a possible 2 percent cut to the Medicare program as a result of a possible sequester would result in 766,000 fewer healthcare and related jobs by 2021. The sequester is scheduled to occur in January unless Congress acts.

http://www.aha.org/content/12/12sep-bcaeconimpact.pdf <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732740:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

A symposium entitled “Financial Conflicts of Interest in Research Universities” will be held on November 2 at the Harvard Law School. The symposium is free and open to the public, but pre-registration is required. The symposium is sponsored by the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics at Harvard Law School and the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University and was organized by David Korn, M.D.

http://www.eventbrite.com/event/3787516564 <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732741:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

At a packed Capitol Hill event on Thursday, the first annual Golden Goose Awards were presented. The awards showcase the human and economic benefits of federally funded research and highlight seemingly obscure or unusual studies that led to major breakthroughs and significant impacts on society. The awards went to scientists for their work on glowing jellyfish, radiation waves, and tropical coral.

http://www.goldengooseaward.org/ <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732742:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

The Kaiser News service has distributed a lengthy story about penalties related to hospital readmissions of Medicare patients. The article reports that more than 2,000 hospitals are scheduled to be penalized starting in October and that the penalties are expected to fall heaviest on hospitals in Illinois, New Jersey, New York, the District of Columbia, Arkansas, Kentucky, Mississippi and Massachusetts. Kaiser reports, “A total of 278 hospitals nationally will lose the maximum amount allowed under the health care law: 1 percent of their base Medicare reimbursements….The maximum penalty will increase to 2 percent of regular payments starting in October 2013 and then to 3 percent the following year.”

http://tinyurl.com/9lkheqe <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732743:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

Massachusetts Eye and Ear and the Joslin Diabetes Center announced on Monday that they have reached agreement to form a clinical and research alliance. The new collaboration brings together Joslin’s Beetham Eye Institute (BEI) and Mass. Eye and Ear’s Department of Ophthalmology. BEI’s medical director Dr. Lloyd Paul Aiello will direct the alliance. He is a vice-chair in the Harvard Department of Ophthalmology.

http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2012-09/meae-mea091012.php <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732744:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

An article in Tuesday’s New York Times discussed research collaborations involving physicians and veterinarians working at both human and animal hospitals. The article reported, “Exchanges of this sort are becoming increasingly common. Once a narrow trail traveled by a few hardy pioneers, the road connecting veterinary colleges and human medical institutions has become a busy thoroughfare over the last five years or so, with a steady flow of researchers representing a wide variety of medical disciplines on both sides. One reason is a growing frustration with the inefficiency of using the rodent model in lab research, which often fails to translate to human subjects. So researchers are turning their attention to the naturally occurring diseases in dogs, horses, sheep and pigs, whose physiology and anatomy more closely resemble those of humans.”

http://tinyurl.com/9x7sbx2 <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732745:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

An essay in Friday’s New York Times by Kate Tulenko, the senior director of health system innovation at IntraHealth International, calls for a major expansion of U.S. health profession schools and a decreased reliance on foreign-trained health professionals in the U.S.

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/09/14/opinion/americas-health-worker-mismatch.html?_r=1&ref=opinion <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732746:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

The U.S. Census Bureau reported on Tuesday that in 2011 median household income declined, the poverty rate was not statistically different from the previous year and the percentage of people without health insurance coverage decreased. The percentage of people without health insurance in the United States decreased to 15.7 percent in 2011 from 16.3 percent in 2010.

http://www.census.gov/newsroom/releases/archives/income_wealth/cb12-172.html <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732747:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

http://www.census.gov <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732748:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

NIH on Thursday announced the awardees of its high-risk grant programs, including 10 Pioneer awards, 51 New Innovator awards, and 20 Transformative Research awards. The total funding, which represents contributions from the NIH Common Fund and multiple NIH institutes and centers, is approximately $155 million.

http://www.nih.gov/news/health/sep2012/od-13.htm <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732749:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

The U.S Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has announced that the public will have the opportunity to vote on the finalists of the HHSinnovates Program. Among the six finalists is the NIH’s Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tools (RePORT). Voting ends on Friday.

http://www.hhs.gov/open/initiatives/hhsinnovates/index.html <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732750:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

http://www.hhs.gov/open/initiatives/hhsinnovates/nih_report.html <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732751:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

AAAS has produced a new guide: “Facilitating Interdisciplinary Research and Education: A Practical Guide.” The Guide was written in partnership with the University of Colorado Biofrontiers Institute and provides a set of “best practices” for scholars, administrators, and funders who are starting, managing, and supporting interdisciplinary research and education programs.

http://www.aaas.org/cspsp/interdisciplinary/guide/ <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732752:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

USA Today on Wednesday featured an article on the “grand experiment in higher education known as Massive Open Online Courses –MOOCs, for short. Learners of all ages around the world are flocking to them. Top universities are clamoring to participate. And MOOCs already have attracted the interest of some employers, paving the way for a potential revenue source. All in less than a year.” The article further reported, “In a new report, Moody’s Investor Service calls MOOCs a ‘pivotal development’ that has the potential to revolutionize higher education. Questions remain whether these online courses can be profitable and whether traditional colleges will award credit for them. But if successful, MOOCs could lead to lower costs for families and access to higher-quality instruction for anyone in the world who has Internet access.”

http://tinyurl.com/93gdw5b <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732753:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

Dr. Richard McCullough, a chemist and currently vice president for research at Carnegie Mellon University, has been named vice provost for research at Harvard University. He will assume his new post on Oct. 15. He succeeds Dr. David Korn in the position.

http://tinyurl.com/9gh22hq <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732754:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

David A. Rogers, M.D., M.H.P.E., has joined the University of Alabama School of Medicine as the senior associate dean for faculty development. Dr. Rogers joins UAB from the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, where he was professor of surgery and pediatrics. He succeeds Kathleen Nelson, M.D., who retired from UAB in June 2012 after 36 years at the institution.

http://tinyurl.com/9cegc9h <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732755:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

NYU Langone Medical Center announced on Thursday that Oliver Sacks, MD, neurologist and author, has been appointed clinical professor of neurology. NYU Langone received a generous gift from The Gatsby Charitable Foundation to support Dr. Sacks in this new role. Dr. Sacks recently completed a five-year residency at Columbia University, where he was professor of neurology and psychiatry. He also held the title of Columbia University Artist, in recognition of his contributions to the arts as well as to medicine.

http://tinyurl.com/8qrqjhu <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732756:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

Dr. Lewis Cantley has been named director of the newly established Cancer Center at Weill Cornell Medical College and NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital. Dr. Cantley is currently the William Bosworth Castle Chair in Medicine and professor of systems biology at Harvard and director of the Cancer Center and chief of the Division of Signal Transduction at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

http://weill.cornell.edu/news/releases/wcmc/wcmc_2012/09_12_12.shtml <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732757:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

Alan E. Guttmacher, M.D., Director, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), has announced that Catherine Y. Spong, M.D. has been selected for the newly created position of NICHD Associate Director for Extramural Research, effective September 9th. She also is expected to become Director of the Division of Extramural Research, NICHD upon final approval of an Institute reorganization proposal. Dr. Spong has served for over a decade as Chief of the Pregnancy and Perinatology Branch, NICHD.

David C. Hotchkiss has been named vice president of information services and chief information officer for the Medical College of Wisconsin. He has more than 18 years experience in IT and administrative leadership roles in the health care industry and joins MCW from the University of Texas (UT) Health Science Center in San Antonio, where he most recently served as director of academic technology and client support services.

http://tinyurl.com/8wl33z4 <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732758:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

David Dorsey, J.D., associate commissioner for policy and planning Food and Drug Administration, is leaving the agency to become senior director at Janssen Research and Development’s Global Regulatory Policy and Intelligence. Janssen is a unit of Johnson & Johnson. Congressional Quarterly reported on Wednesday that FDA senior adviser Peter Lurie will serve as acting associate commissioner for policy and planning, starting Sept. 24.

The Associated Press reported on Tuesday that “Parents who send their children to private schools in California are much more likely to opt out of immunizations than their public school counterparts, an Associated Press analysis has found, and not even the recent re-emergence of whooping cough has halted the downward trajectory of vaccinations among these students. The state surveys all schools with at least 10 kindergartners to determine how many have all the recommended immunizations. The AP analyzed that data and found the percentage of children in private schools who forego some or all vaccinations is more than two times greater than in public schools. More troubling to public health officials is that the rate of children entering private schools without all of their shots jumped by 10 percent last year, while the opt-out figures held steady in public schools for the first time since 2004.” The article further reported that there “were 110 private schools statewide where more than half the kindergartners skipped some or all of their shots…”

http://tinyurl.com/8ufpk5z <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732759:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force on Monday released a recommendation against screening for ovarian cancer in women. The final recommendation on this topic applies to women who show no signs or symptoms of the disease and do not have known genetic mutations (such as BRCA1 and BRCA2) that put them at increased risk for the disease.

http://www.uspreventiveservicestaskforce.org/uspstf12/ovarian/ovarcancerbulletin.pdf <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732760:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

A nationwide patient safety project funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) reduced the rate of central line-associated bloodstream infections (CLABSIs) in intensive care units by 40 percent, according to the agency’s preliminary findings of the largest national effort to combat CLABSIs to date. The project used the Comprehensive Unit-based Safety Program (CUSP) to achieve its landmark results that include preventing more than 2,000 CLABSIs, saving more than 500 lives and avoiding more than $34 million in health care costs. The agency and key project partners from the American Hospital Association (AHA) and Johns Hopkins Medicine discussed the findings at the AHRQ annual conference on Monday and introduced the CUSP toolkit that helped hospitals accomplish this marked reduction.

http://www.ahrq.gov/news/press/pr2012/pspclabsipr.htm <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732761:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

The Washington Post reported on Tuesday, “Nearly four out of five high-risk hospitals nationwide have failed to implement safeguards to secure radiological material that could be used in a ‘dirty bomb,’ according to a draft report” that was released later in the week by the Government Accountability Office (GAO).

http://tinyurl.com/d7cd5fo <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732762:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

http://tinyurl.com/bmzpdjd <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732763:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

In an article in Friday’s issue of USA Today, Dr. Francis Collins, director of the NIH, discussed the revolution ahead in prevention, treatment.

http://tinyurl.com/8kjq6qg <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732764:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

Nestor Esnaola, MD, MPH, MBA, has been appointed Professor of Surgery and Vice Chair of Clinical Affairs for the Department of Surgery at Temple University School of Medicine, and Chief of Surgical Oncology and Medical Director of the Oncology Service Line at Temple University Hospital, effective September 1, 2012. Dr. Esnaola comes to Temple from the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, where he was Chief of Surgical Oncology and Medical Director of the Oncology Service Line at Hollings Cancer Center, a National Cancer Institute‐designated cancer center.

http://tinyurl.com/9mboc56 <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732765:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

John Bohnsack, M.D., chief of the Division of Pediatric Immunology and Rheumatology, professor in the Department of Pediatrics, and vice chairman for the Clinical Enterprise in the Department of Pediatrics, has been appointed executive medical officer of the University of Utah Medical Group (UUMG).

Paul W. Noble, MD, has been named chair of the Department of Medicine at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Dr. Noble comes to Cedars-Sinai from Duke University Medical Center, where he has been professor and chief of the Division of Pulmonary, Allergy and Critical Care Medicine since 2006.

http://tinyurl.com/8gmwcgf <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732766:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

And finally…USA Today on Thursday reported that while doctor shows have long been a staple on network TV, the new shows this season highlight the growing number of female physicians. According to the paper, “Young, female doctors are featured on three new fall shows: Fox’s The Mindy Project and The Mob Doctor and CW’s Emily Owens, M.D., which joins CW’s Hart of Dixie in a Tuesday young-female-doc block.” The article further reports, “It’s still a man’s world when it comes to TV veterinarians.”

http://tinyurl.com/9gjj7vk <http://echo4.bluehornet.com/ct/17732767:20372688009:m:1:1612442508:AAE2EBD8F568C751228B58B14343C0AC:r>

Tony Mazzaschi

AAMC

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