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To learn more about Medical Officer positions at the NIH please visit: http://jobs.nih.gov/globalrecruitment.
As a Supervisory Medical Officer (Clinical) you will:
- Oversee workload and research priorities within the organization
- Establish goals and objectives for the assigned research area and organize efforts to initiate pioneering programs and resolve critical issues involving accomplishment of the research
- Actively collaborate in the planning, development, implementation, and administration of research and training programs, projects, contracts, conferences, and workshops
- Administer clinical and basic research projects
- Plan, organize, and direct research programs involving direct patient care using applied and/or basic research
- Review, analyze, and investigate clinical trials, protocols, and the treatment of patients
- Analyze, evaluate and interpret scientific and clinical data to prepare papers for publication and presentationConceptualize new research direction and projects
- Create drug development plans, including Phase I, II and III clinical trials
- Keep abreast of scientific and clinical developments through review of literature and attending professional meetings, conferences, and symposia
Occasional travel - Some travel may be required.
Who May Apply
This job is open to…United States Citizens
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