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Jun

2018

Research Resource Identification (RRID) Numbers

RRIDs to replace UNOS numbers to identify IIDP ssolations

Author: IIDP Admin
In the past month you may have noticed that the identifying number associated with the islets you are receiving seems a little longer - not the normal 4 letters followed by three numbers that most researchers came to identify as the UNOS number, representing the donor from whom the pancreas and the isolated islets came. The new label beginning with “RRID:SAMN” followed by 8 numbers is an automated tag called a Research Resource Identifier (RRID). This identifier is generated in collaboration with the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) and dkNET, through which RRID metadata is catalogued and tracked. IIDP has generated this identifier for every one of their islet preparations, in order to cooperate with the National Institute of Health (NIH) mandates for Rigor and Reproducibility.
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15

Jun

2018

Welcome Dr. Carmella Evans-Molina

IIDP Co-Principal Investigator

Author: IIDP Admin

Dr. Carmella Evans-Molina, the newest member of the IIDP was invited to lend her expertise as a physician and diabetes researcher to the IIDP as a consultant in 2016. In 2017, Dr. Evans-Molina was asked officially to join the program as Co-Principal Investigator for the IIDP in our recent NIH grant renewal which was approved last July 1st. Carmella serves as the IIDP chief liaison with the Human Islet Phenotyping Program (HIPP) working closely with Dr. Marcela Brissova, director of HIPP.

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Jan

2018

IIDP Islet Award Initiative

Author: IIDP Admin

The Integrated Islet Distribution Program (IIDP) is now accepting applications due October 1, 2018. Applications will be accepted each year on a quarterly basis Feb 1, June 1, October 1 for the Islet Award Initiative (IAI), previously the IIDP Pilot Program, and will provide up to 100,000 IEQs to a maximum of 10 eligible investigators per year, without the need for a subscription fee. The IAI is generously supported by the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF).

Interested investigators should visit the IIDP website for more details about the program, application instructions, and eligibility criteria https://iidp.coh.org/Investigators/Islet-Award-Initiative.

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