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    If you have experience planning, advising, directing, and evaluating program activities for a portfolio of research projects and programs AND you want to play a significant role in a dynamic organization, then consider joining the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Cancer Institute (NCI). For more information about CTEP, please visit: https://ctep.cancer.gov, or the IOB please visit: https://dtp.cancer.gov/organization/iob/default.htm

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    As a Supervisory Physician (Clinical) you will:

    • 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 presentation
    • Conceptualize 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.
    The Associate Director (AD) provides oversight of CTEP and its six branches, and will also serve as a senior clinical expert to the DCTD Division Director, the NCI Director, and will be responsible for the NCI's national clinical trials effort, which encompasses over 350 active clinical trials and enrolls over 25,000 patients annually.
    The CTEP Associate Director (AD) has a unique opportunity to have a major impact on clinical oncology research in the U.S. and worldwide. These responsibilities will include providing patient care or services incident to patient care in the DCTD Developmental Therapeutics Clinic, or similar service. In addition, the CTEP AD will coordinate the efforts of the CTEP grant portfolio along with similar efforts by other programs within the DCTD, NCI and the NIH, and provide information and interpret the program to grant applicants, grantees and the public.

    The IOB Branch Chief directs the activities of the IOB branch and will collaborate with investigators of the Development Therapeutics Program (DTP). Manage and coordinate all functions of the branch including planning, designing and executing preclinical research and clinical development of immunotherapy agents through a cross-functional collaboration within DTP. You will set priorities for federal investment in the development of new methods, technologies, and treatment paradigms that integrate immunomodulation strategies into clinical studies. Manage and coordinate a system of grants and contracts to discover, investigate, develop and bring to initial clinical trials novel immuno-oncology products.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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    0602 Medical Officer

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