Table A - Summary of BUILD TL4 and RL5 Student Participants

Reporting Period:

Table A part 1 - Undergraduate TL4 Student Data

Program Outcomes Number of:Current Award YearCumulative for Funding Period (Insert funding years)

Trainees awarded (ACTUAL)

Proposed number of trainees (TARGET)

Trainees appointed (unique individuals)

New trainees appointed

Trainees who participated in a summer research experience at any location

Trainees who withdrew from the program (student initiated)

Trainees who transitioned to other support

Trainees who were terminated from the program

Trainees who earned a baccalaureate degree

Trainees who matriculated in a biomedical master’s degree program

Trainees who matriculated in a non-biomedical master’s degree program

Trainees who earned a biomedical master’s degree

Trainees who earned a non-biomedical master’s degree

Trainees who matriculated in a biomedical Ph.D. program

Trainees who matriculated in a non-biomedical Ph.D. program

Trainees who earned a biomedical Ph.D.

Trainees who earned a non-biomedical Ph.D.

Trainees who matriculated in a M.D. or D.O. program

Trainees who matriculated in a M.D./Ph.D. program

Trainees who earned a M.D. or D.O.

Trainees who earned a M.D./Ph.D.

Trainees who matriculated in other doctoral research programs

Trainees who earned another doctoral research degree

Trainees who matriculated in other biomedical professional degree programs

Trainees who earned other biomedical professional degrees

Trainees in post-bac program funded by PREP

Trainees who completed PREP program

Trainees in other post-bac programs

Trainees who completed other post-bac programs

Trainees who entered the biomedical workforce

Table A part 2 - Undergraduate RL5 Student Data

Program Outcomes Number of:Current Award YearCumulative for Funding Period (Insert funding years)

Participant positions awarded (ACTUAL)

Proposed number of participants (TARGET)

Participants appointed (unique individuals)

New participants appointed

Participants who participated in a summer research experience at any location

Participants who withdrew from the program (student initiated)

Participants who transitioned to other support

Participants who were terminated from the program

Participants who earned a baccalaureate degree

Participants who matriculated in a biomedical master’s degree program

Participants who matriculated in a non-biomedical master’s degree program

Participants who earned a biomedical master’s degree

Participants who earned a non-biomedical master’s degree

Participants who matriculated in a biomedical Ph.D. program

Participants who matriculated in a non-biomedical Ph.D. program

Participants who earned a biomedical Ph.D.

Participants who earned a non-biomedical Ph.D.

Participants who matriculated in a M.D. or D.O. program

Participants who matriculated in a M.D./Ph.D. program

Participants who earned a M.D. or D.O.

Participants who earned a M.D./Ph.D.

Participants who matriculated in other doctoral research programs

Participants who earned another doctoral research degree

Participants who matriculated in other biomedical professional degree programs

Participants who earned other biomedical professional degrees

Participants in post-bac program funded by PREP

Participants who completed PREP program

Participants in other post-bac programs

Participants who completed other post-bac programs

Participants who entered the biomedical workforce

Instructions

The BUILD Program provides institutions the resources to support and train STEM-oriented students, who upon completion of their undergraduate degree are likely to successfully complete a Ph.D. program in a biomedical science field relevant to the NIH. Biomedical research is defined as scientific investigations in the biological, physical, chemical, computational, engineering, mathematical sciences, and other relevant disciplines.

  • Complete table for BUILD program-supported trainees and participants (students that received funding).
  • Reporting Period: BUILD 1 cycle to present.
  • Participant positions awarded per year: Include a number. Do not write “10-12 positions per year”
  • Participants appointed (unique individuals): This number represents the total number of individuals appointed, during each period specified, including any individuals who withdrew, graduated, or were terminated from the program. For example, if the number of positions awarded to a program is 10 and students remained in the program for two years, after two years the program would have been awarded 20 positions but only 10 unique individuals would have been appointed.
  • Participants who participated in a summer research experience: Include summer research experiences at either the home institution or at another institution.
  • Participants who withdrew from the program (student initiated): This number represents students who withdrew for other than academic reasons. Examples include health reasons or transfer to a different institution. Withdraws due to academic reasons are to be reported in “Students terminated from the program”
  • Matriculated: Include only the number of participants who matriculated into a program. Do not include students who applied for or were accepted into a program but did not matriculate into it.
  • Other biomedical professional degree programs: For example, PharmD, Doctor of Optometry (O.D.), Physician Assistant, Psy.D., etc.
  • Other doctoral research degrees: For example, Doctor of Engineering, Doctor of Computer Science, etc.
  • PREP: Postbaccalaureate Research Education Program
  • Participants who entered the biomedical workforce: Participants who did not continue their education and obtained positions in industry, government, academia, etc. (e.g. undergraduate students who did not matriculate in graduate programs, master’s students who did not matriculate in doctoral programs, Ph.D. students who entered the workforce after graduation without doing postdoctoral training).