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New Application: Medical Biochemical Genetics
Review Committee for Medical Genetics and Genomics
ACGME
SPONSORING INSTITUTION
Will the Sponsoring Institution also sponsor ACGME-accredited residencies in the following specialties?
[PR.I.A.1.]
a) Medical genetics and genomics .............................................................................. ☐ YES ☐ NO
b) Pediatrics ................................................................................................................ ☐ YES ☐ NO
c) Internal medicine ..................................................................................................... ☐ YES ☐ NO
Explain any NO responses.
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PROGRAM PERSONNEL AND RESOURCES
Other Program Personnel
1. Concisely summarize the technical, clerical, and other non-physician personnel who will provide
support for the administrative and educational conduct of the program. Is the support of the
program in this area satisfactory at all program sites? [PR II.C.]
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2. Working with Other Health Care Professionals
Summarize the opportunities fellows will have to work with genetic counselors, genetics residents,
psychologists, and other health care professionals who are involved in the provision of medical
biochemical genetics services. [PRs II.C.1.; IV.A.2.d).(2)-(3), IV.A.2.f).(9)]
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Resources
1. Provide the data requested below, including the number of analyses and the analytic method, for
each biochemical genetics laboratory that will contribute significantly to the education of fellows.
Duplicate table as needed. [PR II.D.1.]
12-Month Period Covered by
Statistics
From: Date
Name of Laboratory:
Address:
Name of Laboratory Director:
Test
Newborn Screening
Amino Acid Analysis
Organic Acid Analysis
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Number of Analyses
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Analytic Method
Method
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Acylcarnitine profile
Mucopolysaccharide Screening
Enzyme analyses
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Other small molecule analyses
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Prenatal Diagnosis: Disorders
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List Other:
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2. Concisely describe the meeting rooms, classrooms, office space, research space, and facilities for
record storage and retrieval utilized by the program. [PR II.D.3.a)]
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3. Concisely describe the office and laboratory space provided for fellows for both patient care work
and participation in scholarly activities. [PR II.D.3.b)]
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4. Provide the patient visit or consult numbers below for each site/clinic based upon the prior
academic or calendar year. Note: A single patient may be counted only up to three times,
irrespective of the number of visits/encounters; for inpatients, each admission is a single encounter
(i.e., each daily visit during a single admission is NOT counted). (Copy table as necessary.) [PR
II.D.2]
12-Month Period Covered by
Statistics
From: Date
Site/Clinic Name
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Types of New Patients
0-5
5-10
Hyperammonemic crisis
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acidosis
Newborn screen
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Types of Established
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5-10
Patients
Fatty acid oxidation
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disorders
Galactosemia
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To: Date
10-20
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Site/Clinic Name
Glycogen storage
diseases
Lysosomal storage
disease
Mitochondrial/energy
metabolism disorders
Organic acidemias
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PKU
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Urea cycle disorders
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EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM
Medical Knowledge
1. Describe how (including specific role), and in what settings, fellows learn about the acute
management of IEMs. [PR IV.A.2.b).(1).(d).(i)]
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2. Describe how (including specific role), and in what settings, fellows learn about the chronic
management of IEMs. [PR IV.A.2.b).(1).(d).(ii)]
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3. Describe how (including specific role), and in what settings, fellows learn about enzyme
replacement therapies and organ transplant. [PR IV.A.2.b).(1).(d).(iii)]
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4. Describe how (including specific role), and in what settings, fellows learn about newborn screening
for metabolic disorders. [PR IV.A.2.b).(1).(d).(iv)]
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5. Describe how (including specific role), and in what settings, fellows learn about newborn screening
programs and confirmatory testing. [PR IV.A.2.b).(1).(e)]
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Curriculum Organization and Resident Experiences
1. Will fellows have the opportunity to develop the ability to diagnose IEMs, counsel patients, and
manage the broad range of clinical problems encompassed by biochemical genetics?
[PR IV.A.3.e)] ............................................................................................................... ☐ YES ☐ NO
2. Describe the role of the fellow and settings for learning about care of adults with IEMs.
[PR IV.A.3.e)]
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3. Briefly describe how fellows will be provided with structured education, including formal coursework,
in the basic sciences and clinical areas pertinent to biochemical genetics, to include population and
newborn screening, disorders of amino acid metabolism, disorders of fatty acid oxidation,
mitochondrial disorders, galactosemia, glycogen storage diseases, lysosomal storage diseases and
lipidoses, peroxisomal disorders and other IEMs, acute management of IEMs, enzyme replacement
therapy, long-term nutritional management, and molecular diagnosis. [PR IV.A.3.g).(2)]
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4. Will fellows be provided with mentored clinical education in the practice of biochemical genetics in
both outpatient and inpatient settings? [PR IV.A.3.g).(3)] ............................................. ☐ YES ☐ NO
5. Will fellows be provided with basic instruction in medical biochemical genetic laboratory testing?
[PR IV.A.3.g).(4)] .......................................................................................................... ☐ YES ☐ NO
6. Will fellows be provided with basic instruction in clinical research? [PR IV.A.3.g).(5)] .. ☐ YES ☐ NO
7. Will fellows be provided with advanced instruction in the interpretation of biochemical laboratory test
results? [PR IV.A.3.g).(6)] ............................................................................................ ☐ YES ☐ NO
8. What is the planned nature and extent of fellow experience during their assignments to the
biochemical laboratory? Describe planned fellow participation in the working conferences of these
laboratories and the ongoing discussions of laboratory data during other clinical conferences.
[PR IV.A.3.h)]
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8. Provide a list of the planned lectures and other didactic sessions which meet the requirement for a
course in biochemical genetics. (Such a course must be more advanced than the genetics course
given to medical students.) [PR IV.A.3.i)]
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Fellows’ Scholarly Activities
Summarize program research activity and list the staff member(s) who will provide support and
supervision of clinical or laboratory research activity by fellows and identify their particular area(s) of
expertise. [PR IV.B.1.]
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