DATA FOR FALL, 2010, FACULTY ASSEMBLY DEPARTMENT: Pathology Summary: 1.Publications: Total: a.Peer-Reviewed, full length: 20 b.Abstracts Total: 64 Pathology - 36; MLS - 28

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DATA FOR FALL,
20
10
, FACULTY ASSEMBLY


DEPARTMENT
: Pathology



Summary:

1.

Publications
:

Total:

a.

Peer
-
Reviewed, full length: 20

b.

Abstracts

Total:
6
4

Pathology
-

36; MLS

-

2
8

i.

Posters:

4
2

ii.

Invited, platform presentations:

22

c.

Book Chapters:

1

d.

Books:

None

2.

Students / Education Efforts

a.

Undergraduate students,
MLS
majors only:

251

b.

Tuition dollars (MLS only):

$1,265,809.80

c.

Post
-
doctoral students
: 1

d.

Graduate Students

i.

PhD/MS:

6

ii.

CLS

Masters
:

57

e.

Medical Curriculum

i.

Lectures: 129

ii.

Laboratory sessions: 42

iii.

Wrap
-
ups: 2

3.

Extramural funding (annual, direct costs)

Total Annual Funding: $5,419,691 direct
annual,
(excluding J. Gray, CRH funding)

a.

NIH:

$

3
,
423
,
222
.00

(full indirects)

b.

HRSA:

$1,651,001.00
(equipment/construction; no indirects)

c.

NIJ:

$999,876.00

(
full indirects)

4.

Study Section Members:

a.

NIH: D. Sens (4 study sections); J. Gray (2 study section
s
)

b.

NIJ: M. Sens (2 study sections)

c.

DOD: S. Garrett (DOD, Prostate Pathobiology);

D Sens (Chair, 2 Study
Sections)

d.

Other: J Gray (

IHS), M. Sens (CAAT),
S. Garrett (Bankhead
-
Coley Cancer
Research)




Detail:


Educational Contributions: Medical Laboratory Science (Clinical Laboratory Science
Programs, Histotechnology Program, Cytotechnology Program).


1.

Tuition income:
Tuition dollars to UNDSMHS continue to increase modestly.




2.

Distance programs:

The growth of distance program continues to grow and exceeds
tuition dollars for “classic” UND based programs. Note: All tuition dollars go to
UNDSMHS,
not

under the “Distance Education Model”, with income split between UND
and the Department. Thus, these are
all
real dollars
directly
to the UNDSMHS enterprise.






$1,169,510.70


$1,195,485.74


$1,229,160.50


$1,265,809.80

$1,120,000.00
$1,140,000.00
$1,160,000.00
$1,180,000.00
$1,200,000.00
$1,220,000.00
$1,240,000.00
$1,260,000.00
$1,280,000.00
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
MLS Tuition Dollars

2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
UND
$548,232.17
$547,001.82
$522,455.46
$488,081.23
Distance
$621,278.53
$648,483.92
$706,705.04
$777,728.57
$-
$200,000.00
$400,000.00
$600,000.00
$800,000.00
$1,000,000.00
$1,200,000.00
$1,400,000.00
Tuition Dollars

MLS Division Tuition Growth

A.

Publications



Full length
/Scientific

(peer
-
reviewed)
:

1.

Sens MA, Zhou XD, Cooley AM,
Weiland TD.
Unexpected neoplasia in autopsies:
potential implications for tissue and organ safety.

Arch Pathol L
ab Med. 2009
Dec;133(12):1923
-
31.

2.

Randall BB, Wadee SA, Sens MA, Kinney HC, Folkerth RD, OdendaaL HJ, Dempers
JJ.
A practical classification schema incorporating consideration of possible
asphyxia in cases of sudden unexpected infant death.

Forensic Sci Med Pathol. 2009
Dec;5(4):254
-
60;
Epub, May 31, 2009.

3.

Somji S, Zhou XD, Mehus A, Sens MA
, Garrett SH, Lutz KL, Dunlevy JR, Zheng Y,
Sens DA.
Variation of Keratin 7 Expression and Other Phenotypic Char
acteristics
of Independent Isolates of Cadmium Transformed Human Urothelial Cells
(UROtsa).

Chem Res Toxicol. 2009 Nov 19. [Epub ahead of print].

4.

Austin SA, Sens MA, Combs CK.
Amyloid Precursor Protein Mediates a Tyrosine
Kinase
-
Dependent Activation Response in Endothelial Cells.

J Neurosci. 2009 Nov
18;29(46):14451
-
14462.

5.

Satarug S, Garrett SH, Sens MA, Sens DA.

Cadmium, environmental exposure, and
health outcomes.

Environ Health Perspect. 2010 Feb;118(2):182
-
90.

6.

Cao L, Zhou

XD, Sens MA, Garrett SH, Zheng Y, Dunlevy JR, Sens DA, Somji S.
Keratin 6 expression correlates to areas of
squamous differentiation in multiple
independent isolates of As(+3)
-
induced bladder cancer.

J Appl Toxicol. 2010 Feb
22. [Epub ahead of print]

7.

Somji S, Garrett SH, Zhou XD, Zheng Y, Sens DA, Sens MA. Absence of
metallothionein 3 expression in breast canc
er is a rare, but favorable marker of outcome
that is under epigenetic control. Toxicol Environ Chem In Press.

8.

Larson JL, Somji S, Zhou XD, Sens MA, Garrett SH, Sens DA, Dunlevy JR.
Beclin
-
1
exp
ression in normal bladder and in Cd(2+) and As(3+) exposed and transformed human
urothelial cells (UROtsa).

Toxicol Lett.
2010 May 19;195(1):15
-
22.


Epub ahead of
print

Mar 3
, 2010
.

9.

Dempers J, Wadee
SA, Boyd T, Wright CA, OdendaaL HJ, Sens MA.
Hepatic
Hemangioendothelioma Presenting as Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy: A Case
Report.

Pediatric and Developmental Pathology,
2010 May 13. [Epub ahead of print]

10.

Dempers J, Sens MA, Wadee

SA, Kinney HC, Odendaal HJ, Wright CA.
Progressive
primary pulmonary tuberculosis presenting as the sudden unexpected death in infancy:
A case report.

Forensic Science I
nternational, in press.

11.

Larson J, Yasmin T, Sens DA, Zhou XD, Sens MA, Garrett SH, Dunlevy JR, Cao L,
Somji S.
SPARC gene expression is repressed in human urothelial cel
ls (UROtsa)
exposed to or malignantly transformed by cadmium or arsenite.

Toxicol Lett
. 2010 Sep
16. [Epub ahead of print]

12.

Garrett SH, Seema S, Sens MA, Zhang K, Sens DA. Microarray analysis of gene
expression patterns in human proximal tubule cells over
a short and long time course of
cadmium exposure. J Toxicol Environ Hlt, In Press.


13.

Somji S, Cao L, Mehus A, Zhou XD, Sens MA, Dunlevy JR, Garrett SH, Zhang Y,
Larson JL, Sens DA. Comparison of expression patterns of keratin 6, 7, 16, 17 and 19
within m
ultiple independent isolates of As
+3

and Cd
+2
-
induced bladder cancer. Toxicol
Cell Biol, In Press.

14.

Bathke AC, Harrar SW, Wang H, Zhang K, and Piepho HP. (2010) Series of
randomized complete block experiments with non
-
normal data. Computational Statistics
and Data Analysis 57(7), 1840
-
1857.

15.

Zhang K. and Wang H. (2010) Nonparametric tests for longitudinal array comparative
genomic hybridization data. Statistics and Its Interface 3, 211
-
221.

16.

Lu X, Zhang K, Sant CV, Coon J, and Semizarov D. (2010) An algorit
hm for classifying
tumors based on genomic aberrations and selecting representative tumor models. BMC
Medical Genomics 3:23.

Full clinical CME reports/Reviews

(peer
-
reviewed,
international

distribution)
:


17.

J Ditelberg, MA Sens. Cervical Carcinoma. Anatomic

Pathology Education Program,
Autopsy Pathology. College of American Pathologists, August, 2009.


18.

Sens MA and XD Zhou. CNS Heterotopia and Diogenes Syndrome. ASCP Check Sample
(1), Forensic Pathology Section, 2009.


19.

MA Sens. “
Small cell lymphoma and Aspi
ration Pneumonia: Late complication
of anoxic brain injury
”.
Anatomic Pathology Education Program,

Autopsy
Pathology. College of American Pathologists, August, 2010

20.

Koponen MA. The Autopsy Report. eMedicine

from WebMD. Updated April 08,
2010. Available at:
http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/1718019
-
overview


Abstracts

(National
/ Regional
Presentations/Platform/Posters)
:


National Research Related:

Society of Toxicology (SOT); International professional
organization for toxicology research. Salt Lake City, UT. March 7


11, 2010.


1.

Somji S
,
Zhou XD
,
Mehus A
,
Sens MA
,
Garrett SH
,
Lutz KL
,
Dunlevy JR
,
Zheng Y
,
Sens DA
. Keratin 7 Expression in Independent Isolates of Cadmium Transformed
Human Urothelial Cells (UROtsa).


2.

Bathula CS,
Somji S
, Sens MA, Sens, DA Garrett SH. Regulation of Cell
Differentiation by Metallothionein
-
3 (MT
-
3) in Human Proximal Tubule Cells.


3.

Garr
ett, SH,
Somji S
, Sens, MA, Sens DA.
The Comparison of Global Gene
Expression in Acute and Chronic Cadmium Exposure in Cultures of Human Proximal
Tubule Cells.





National, Research


4.

Sens, D.
Stimulating Undergraduate Research: The ND Pipeline.

Presented
at the NIH,
NCRR 3
rd

Biennial National IDeA Symposium of Biomedical Research Excellence
(NISBRE), Bethesda, MD.

(Platform, invited)

5.

Gray, J.
S. & Davis, S.A. (2010, June).
Building a Native Research Team.

Presented at
the NIH, NCRR 3
rd

Biennial National
IDeA Symposium of Biomedical Research
Excellence (NISBRE), Bethesda, MD.

(Platform, invited)

6.

Gray, J.
S., Carter, P.M., Wheeler, M., Mudgett, M., & Eastman, S. (2010, June).
Panel Discussion: Building a Native Research Team
. Presented at the 23
rd

Annual
Con
ference of American Indian Psychologists and Graduate Students, Logan, UT.

(Platform, invited)

7.

Gray, J.S.,

Martin, E.L., Hill, K.X., Davis, S.A., Gillis, A., Eastman, S.,…, &
Hodgkiss, Y. (2010, June).
Depression and Anxiety Assessment in Northern Plains
I
ndians.

Presented at the 23
rd

Annual Conference of American Indian Psychologists
and Graduate Students, Logan, UT.

8.

Gray, J.S.,

Martin, E.L., Hill, K.X., Davis, S.A., Gillis, A., Eastman, S.,…, &
Hodgkiss, Y. (2010, June).
Depression, Anxiety, and Substanc
e Use Incidence in
Northern Plains Indians.
Presented at the 23
rd

Annual Conference of American Indian
Psychologists and Graduate Students, Logan, UT.

9.

Gray, J.
S., Davis, J., Eastman, S., Wheeler, M. & Davis, S.A. (2010, July).
Panel
Discussion: Building
a Native Research Team.

Presented at the 22
nd

Annual Native
Health Research Conference, Rapid City, SD.

(Platform, invited)

10.

Gray, J.S.,

Martin, E.L., Hill, K.X., Davis, S.A., Gillis, A., Eastman, S.,…, &
Hodgkiss, Y. (2010, July).
Depression and Anxiety As
sessment in Northern Plains
Indians.

Presented at the 22
nd

Annual Native Health Research Conference, Rapid City,
SD.

11.

Gray, J.S.,

Martin, E.L., Hill, K.X., Davis, S.A., Gillis, A., Eastman, S.,…, &
Hodgkiss, Y. (2010, July).
Depression, Anxiety, and Substa
nce Use Incidence in
Northern Plains Indians.
Presented at the 22
nd

Annual Native Health Research
Conference, Rapid City, SD.

12.

Gray, J.S.,

Martin, E.L., Hill, K.X., Davis, S.A., Gillis, A., Eastman, S.,…, &
Hodgkiss, Y. (2010, August).
Depression and Anxie
ty Assessment in Northern Plains
Indians.
Presented at Division 18 at the 118
th

Annual American Psychological
Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

13.

Gray, J.S.,

Martin, E.L., Hill, K.X., Davis, S.A., Gillis, A., Eastman, S.,…, &
Hodgkiss, Y. (2010, August
).
Depression, Anxiety, and Substance Use Incidence in
Northern Plains Indians. Presented at Division 18 at the 118
th

Annual American
Psychological Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

14.

Champagne, J.R. and
Gray, J.S.

(2010, September).
Pre
-

and
post
-
colonial diet
analysis of northern plains tribes.

Presented at
8th Mayo Clinic Spirit of Eagles
National Conference on Changing Patterns of Cancer in Native Communities.





International / National Bioinformatics research:


15.

H.C. Toh, W.P Yong, Y.N. W
ong, E.H. Tan, C.K. Kollmannsberger, V. Devanarayan,
K. Zhang
, Y. Luo, D. Chen, E. Ashton, J.L. Ricker, D. Carlson, P.J. Chen (2009)
Phase 2 Trials of Linifanib (ABT
-
869) in Advanced Hepatocellular, Renal Cell and
Non
-
Small Cell Lung Cancer: Associations o
f Response by CT or DCE
-
MRI with
Patient Outcome. AACR
-
NIC
-
EORTC International Conference, Boston, MA.


16.

K. Zhang
(2009) Lunch table discussion:
DNA copy number analysis of high
throughput genomic/SNP array
. ICSA 2009, San Francisco, CA.


17.

W.P Yong, H.C. T
oh, J.J. Knox, S. Gill, D. Cehn, G. Fox, D. Carlson,
K. Zhang
, Y.
Luo, J.L. Ricker, P.J. Chen (2009) Phase 2 Trial of ABT
-
869 in Advanced
Hepatocellular Carcinoma: Associations of Response by CT or DCE
-
MRI with Patient
Outcome
. International Liver Cancer A
ssociation Annual Conference, Milan, Italy.


Regional, Bioinformatics / Biostatistics:


18.

R. Mulvaney,
K. Zhang

(2010) Data consistency assessment with RNA
-
Seq short read
data. ND INBRE Annual Meeting, Grand Forks, ND.


19.

L. Cheng,
K. Zhang

(2010) A novel method to identify cancer subtypes using DNA
copy number data. ND INBRE Annual Meeting, Grand Forks, ND.


20.

Y. Yang,
K. Zhang
(2010) Fast alignment of DNA sequences with GPU massive
parallel programming. ND INBRE Annual Meeting, Grand Forks,
ND.


21.

K. Clarke,
K. Zhang

(2010) Statistical analysis of longitudinal gene expression
profiles in human proximal tubule cells with cadmium exposure. ND INBRE
Annual
Meeting, Grand Forks, ND.


22.

L. Cheng,
K. Zhang

(2010) A novel method to identify cancer subty
pes using DNA
copy number data. ND EPSCoR State Conference, Grand Forks, ND.


23.

Y. Yang,
K. Zhang
(2010) Using GPU for massively parallel computation in
bioinformatics. ND EPSCoR State Conference, Grand Forks, ND.


24.

K. Clarke,
K. Zhang

(2010) Statistical anal
ysis of longitudinal gene expression
profiles in human proximal tubule cells with cadmium exposure. ND EPSCoR State
Conference, Grand Forks, ND.


Regional, Research:


25.

Somji, S:
North Dakota INBRE Annual Meeting, October 28, 2010 “Arsenite, Bladder
Cancer a
nd Biomarkers”

(Platform, invited)


26.

Garrett, S.

North Dakota INBRE Annual Meeting, October 28, 2010 “Heavy Metals
and Renal Disease”
(Platform, invited)


27.

Wheeler, M. and
Gray, J.S.

(2010, October).
Incidence of alcohol and other drug
(AOD) use by northern

plains Indians vs. U.S. general population.

8
th

Annual
American Indian Health Research Conference, Grand Forks, ND.

28.

Mudgett, M.,
Gray, J.S
., and Washington, B. (2010, October).
The relationship of
rumination to anxiety, depression, and substance use among

northern plains Indians.

8
th

Annual American Indian Health Research Conference, Grand Forks, ND.

29.

Eastman, S. and
Gray, J.S.

(2010, October).
The role of spirituality in mental illness
in northern plains Native Americans.

8
th

Annual American Indian Health

Research
Conference, Grand Forks, ND.

30.

Champagne, J.R. and
Gray, J.S.

(2010, October).
Pre
-

and post
-
colonial diet analysis
of northern plains tribes.

8
th

Annual American Indian Health Research Conference,
Grand Forks, ND.


National: Clinical Service Rel
ated:


31.

J Jentzen, M. Nashelsky, R Reichard, MA Sens. “Academic Forensic Pathology: Its
Time has Come”. National Association of Medical Examiners, Cleveland Ohio, Oct,
2010.

(Platform, invited)


National Education Related:



32.

Schill, J and Peterson, K.
(2010). “Empowering young professionals.” American
Society of Clinical Laboratory Science Clinical Laboratory Educator Conference.
Biloxi, MS. Feb. 2010

33.

K. Peterson. Presentation “Voice, Value, Vision”

Clinical Laboratory Educators
Conference, Biloxi, MS,
February 2010


Regional, Education related:


34.

Peterson, K. (2010) “Empowering young professionals.” North Dakota Society for
Clinical Laboratory Science. Fargo, ND. April 2010.

35.

Schill, J. Assessment in online courses. University of North Dakota Center for
Instructional Learning Technologies Teaching with Technology Seminar. June & July
2010. Grand Forks, ND.

36.

R Paur. “Implications of Laboratory Values on

Determining Patient Goals and
Designing Treatment Plans for the Physical and Occupa
tional Therapist” Grand Forks,
annually 2005
-
Present

37.

R. Paur. “Infectious Diseases” Nurse Practitioner Program, Grand Forks, annually
2002
-

Present

38.

R. Paur. “From Tradition to Tomorrow”, American
Society of Clinical Laboratory
Science
-
ND, Grand Forks, ND
, April 23, 2009

39.

R. Paur. “Online Assessment of Student Learning”, Discovery Series Event,
Continuing and Distance Education, UND, Grand Forks, ND, April 15, 2009

40.

K. Peterson. “From Tradition to Tomorrow” North Da
kota State Clinical Laboratory
Science Mee
ting Grand Forks, ND, April 2009

41.

K. Peterson. Presentation “Voice, Value, Vision” North Dakota State Meeting Fargo,
ND, April 2010



Regional Presentations:
Clinical Service Related:


42.

MA Sens. “Iron Man”, October, 2010. Unsuspected hemochromatosis
diagnosed at
autopsy in an alcoholic.

(Platform, invited.)

Minnesota Medical Examiners and
Coroners Association

43.

M Koponen, “
Investigation of nursing home deaths


things are not always
what they
seem to be” October, 2010 (Platform, invited), Minnesota Medi
cal Examiners and
Coroners Association

44.

MA Sens. “Elder Abuse”, October, 2009
(Platform, invited.)

Minnesota Medical
Examiners and Coroners Association

45.

MA Sens, “Forensic Death Investigation”. Sept, 2010. ND Funeral Directors
Association.

(Platform, invite
d)

46.

M. Koponen. “GA Crematory Investigation”, Sept, 2010. ND Funeral Directors
Association

(Platform, invited)


Student mentored, educational posters, regional:

47.

“Alpha 1
-
Antitrypsin Deficiency,” Erin Porter, Kama Urton, Mike Wentz,
Janna
Schill
, UND, August

2010

48.

“Direct Access Testing,” David Baker, Cole Cook,
Beth Haukebo, Traci Meidinger
Robert Porter
, UND, August 2010

49.

“MLS as Experts for Other Health Professionals,” Cheryl Lepp, Karl Krogman, Daniel

Field, Ross, Domeier,
Robert Porter
, UND, August 2010

50.

“H1N1: Pandemic or Seasonal Flu?” Colin Codega, Matthew Duncan, Brad Gourneau,

Abdinar Hussein,
Linda Ray
, UND, August 2010

51.

“Clinical Applications of Nanotechnology,” Daniel Sivak, Lindsay Petrovich, Kr
isten
Schaffer, Kellen Runge,
Janna Schill
, UND, Augus
t 2010

52.

“Platelet Function Testing: The New Bleedin
g Time,” Samuel Osinde, Hannah
Peterson, Michelle VanAcker,
Brooke Solberg
, UND, August 2010

53.

“The Role of the Clinical Laboratory with National Public Health,” Kimberly Jasma,

Michelle Kuntz, Jackie
Otterson, AmandaRae Schenk, Janna Schill, UND, August
2010

54.

“Laboratory Monitoring of Heparin,” Janise P
achnik, Erin Scheppele, Corrine
Spaulding, Mickayla Wiseman,
Brooke Solberg
, UND, August 2010

55.

“Developed Resistance in MDR Tuberculosis,” Ugochi Aguh, Ca
rleen Bolduc,

Melissa Barlow, Stephanie Berg,
Karen Peterson
, UND, August 2010

56.

“The History of Blood Banking,” Julie Kapsner, Alicia Wright, Savannah Reed,

Drew
Merryman, Chris Triske, UND, August 2010

57.

“Hemoglobin A1c as a Diagnostic Tool for Diabetes,” Ca
thryn Watt, Donna Rath,

Heidi Vrolijk, Tyler Parisien, Linda Ray, UND, August 2010

58.

“Vitamin D,” Rebecca Cronemiller, Jessica
Fallang, Adam DeYoung, Michael
Fagerness,
Linda Ray
, UND, August 2010

59.

“Platelet Transfusions: The 5 Day to 7 Day Expiration Struggl
e,” Faiza Ahmed,

SaraLynn Bowling, Ellen Chindvall, Marissa Lorenz, Ruth Paur, UND August 2010

60.

”Hereditary Hemochromatosis,” Michelle Dammen, James Dinius, Mandy Hage,

Ruth
Paur, UND, August 2010

61.

“Lead: Is your Child at Risk,” Alyssa Fettig, Tia Hopkins,
Chelsae Lenarz,

Jessie
Miller, Karen Peterson, UND, August 2010

62.

“Why CLS?” Kim Trottier, Joan Bleeg, Karlee Burkett, Amal Jussein, Addy Hugelen,

Chris Triske, UND, August 2010

63.

“Hemolytic Diseases of the Newborn,” Abdurahman Ibrahim, Troy Krieger, Hamdi

Mo
hamed, Elizabeth Moorman, Ruth Paur, UND, August 2010

64.

“Porphyria Cutanea Tarda,” Natasha Cain, Holl
y Evans, Riley Frekring, Katie
Gorman,
Chris Triske
, UND, August 2010



Book Chapters
:

1.

MA Sens. “Demonstration of Air Embolism” in Special Techniques of

Autopsy
Examination. CAP (College of American Pathologists) Press, 20
10
.


Books
:

None


B.

Post Doctoral Students (in 20
10
)
: 1





C.

Graduate Students (in 200
9)


Research (PhD) Students:
Total__
6
___New____
2
____


Undergraduate Research Students:

Eight students in research laboratories for summer;
over
60

students placed through INBRE, STEER and other undergraduate research
opportunities.


CLS Masters Students:
57

graduate students in CLS Masters Degree Program.


LEND: (Laboratory Education from

North Dakota): LEND is a continuing education
offering of the Department of Pathology. LEND exists to provide continuing education for
clinical laboratory scientists working in the field and has operated since the 1970’s,
predating all national laborato
ry education offerings.


In 2009
-
10, there were 445
participants in LEND.



D.

TDC of Sponsored Projects


NIH (
$ value for current grant year)
: Direct costs, annual:


New Funding:

1.

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Supplement to 2P20RR01671 (D. Sens).
NIH/RR $100,000 Direct Costs

2.

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Supplement to R25 ES016250 (D. Sens).

NIH/NIEHS $40,000 Direct Costs

3.

National Institute of Justice. (MA Sens)
. Medical
-
Legal Death Investigation
Training.
2010
-
DN
-
BX
-
K2
63. 10/1/2010


9/30/2013. $ 999,876.00


Non
-
Competing Renewal of:

1.

2P20 RR016471
-

(Sens, D.) 08/01/04


04/30/14; NIH/RR $2,945,522 Yearly Direct

North Dakota INBRE: Health and Environment


2.

5R01ES015100
-

(Sens, D.) 09/15/06
-

07/31/10.
NIH/NIEHS $293,700 Yearly
Direct Metallothionein Isoform 3 as a Urinary C
ell Marker for Bladder Cancer.


3.

R25 ES016250
-

(Sens, D.) 01/01/08


11/30/12 NIH/NIEHS $44,000 Year Direct

Steering Undergraduate Int
erest in Environmental Health Sciences at the
University of North Dakota.

Current Funding, Consultant / Collaborator:

MA Sens;
Prenatal Alcohol in Sudden Infant
Death Syndrome and Stillbirth (PASS) Network
. 5U01HD045991
-
07
. Kinney
, Hannah, PI.



NSF
($

value for current grant year)_
No NSF funding


DOD
($ value for current grant year)_
No
DOD

Funding


COBRE
($ value for current grant year)_
No COBRE funding



Other
($ value for current grant year)

HRSA:
$ 1,651,001.00


1.

Red River Valley Center for Research

Excellence
.
HRSA
-
05
-
144 Application
Number: 00028194. 09/01/05


08/30/07. $441,929.00

MA Sens, PI.


2.

“UND Center for Forensic Research Excellence” HRSA C76HF09094
$1,221,285.



Total Annual
Funding:
$
5
,
419
,
691

direct annual,
(excluding J. Gray, CRH
funding)





E.

Members of Study Sections



NIH
(Faculty Name, and Study Section)
:


Donald Sens

(service in 2009
-
2010)
:

1.

Superfund Program Project

2.

ONES Outstanding New Investigator in Environmental Science

3.

Cancer Genetics Session 1

4.

Cancer Genetics, Session

2


Jacque Grey (Joint with Center for Rural Health
, service in 2009
-

2010
)

1.

Challenge Grant (RC1) review panel (2009), National Institutes of Health, Rockville,
MD.

2.

National Heart, Lung, Blood Institute Conference Grant review panel (2009). National
Insti
tutes of Health, Rockville, MD.


DOD

(Department of Defense)

1.

Donald Sens

a.

U.S. Army DOD Breast Cancer Program
Pathobiology, since
1995

b.

U.S. Army DOD Breast Cancer Program, Chair, Pathobiology Study Section
2004
-

Present

c.

U.S. Army DOD Prostate Cancer Program
, since 1997

d.

U.S. Army DOD Prostate Cancer Program, Chair, Pathobiology Study Section,
2006



Present

2.

S. Garrett:

a.

Department of Defense Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs,
Prostate Cancer Research Program, Pathobiology (PBY
-
1), 2010


NIJ: N
ational Institute of Justice
:

1.

Mary Ann Sens

a.

Forensic Science Basic Research: (Anthropology and Forensic Pathology section),
May, 2010.

b.

SANE Training (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners), June, 2010


Indian Health Service:

1.

Jacque Gray (Joint with CRH)
Indian
Health Service Methamphetamine and Suicide
Prevention Grant review panel

(2010). Indian Health Service, Rockville, MD.



Other
Agencies

1.

Mary Ann Sens, Johns Hopkins, CAAT

2.

Garrett, S.:
Bankhead
-
Coley Cancer Research Program and the James and Esther King
Biomedical Research Program, administered by the Florida Department of Health,
March 2010






G.

Editors (Faculty name and publication

name
)
:

1.

Jacque Gray (Joint with CRH) Co
-
Editor, Journal of Indigenous Research, Kariwhahawi
Institute
-
Carrying the Word
, web
-
based, peer
-
reviewed journal for publication of
summaries of research conducted in indigenous communities in the areas of health,
psychology, environment, and education.


H.

Members of Editorial Boards
:

1.

Scott Garrett:
Toxicology Letters

2.

Seema Somji:

Journal of Applied Toxicology

3.

Don Sens:
Cell Biology and Toxicology


Editorial Board



Open Environmental Journal, Reviews & Letters


Editorial Board


I.

New Basic Science Faculty (Name and rank)


None


J.

Honors and Awards (Faculty name and award
name)

1.

Seema Somji
, PhD:

North Dakota Spirit Award, February 2009.

2.

Tim Weiland
, MD
:

North Central Cancer Treatment Group, Rochester, MN,
2009
-

2010.

3.

MA Sens: Received the “Excellence in Teaching, Research and Service Award” at UND
Founder’s Day, February 20
10.


K.

Outstanding Block Instructor Awardees (Faculty name and which Block)
:


1.

Seema

Somji, Block 5, 2010

2.

Laura Raymond, Block 6, 2009
-
2010

3.

Tim Weiland, Block 7, 2009
-
2010


L.

Promotions
:

Scott Garrett, PhD to Associate Professor with Tenure, July
, 2009


M.

Significant Events (accomplishments) you want mentioned at the Assembly


1.

Seema Somji. Outstanding Block Instructor Award, UNDSMHS, Block V 2010
-
2011.

2.

CLS Faculty: Student Poster presentations:
Eigh
teen
posters by senior students in CLS
were prepared

and presented with CLS faculty at UND during summer session.

3.

MA Sens
:
President,
National Association of Medical Examiners

4.

MA Sens: Step 1 Standard Setting Panel, USMLE
, 2009

5.

MA Sens: Appointment to Pathology, Genetics, Anatomy, Cell Biology Test
Writing
Committee, Step 1; USMLE
, 2009
-
2011

6.

MA Sens, Appointment to National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences
(NAACLS)
Accreditation
Review Panel.