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    Summary

    These positions are located in the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), National Institutes of Health (NIH), within multiple Institutes/Centers or the Office of the Director. Join one of the 27 Institutes and Centers within the NIH. As an intramural Physician, you will be responsible for administering clinical, basic and independent research programs; analyzing, evaluating and generating scientific and clinical data; and conceptualizing new research direction and projects.

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    Responsibilities

    As a GP-0602-13 Physician you will:

    • Provide specialized medical expertise in applied and/or basic research.
    • Assist in developing a research program, which will enhance research goals and objectives of the laboratory.
    • Analyze, evaluate, and interpret scientific and clinical data in order to prepare papers for publication in peer-reviewed journals and present findings at seminars and scientific meetings.
    • Design, conduct, or direct clinical investigations and trials for the treatment of patients including: Phase I (dose establishment and toxicity studies); Phase II (pilot or small-scale studies of therapeutic efficacy or safety); and Phase III (large scale therapeutic efficacy or effectiveness trial with control group).
    • Manage human subject studies in any of the following areas: data collection, data release policies, design protocols, dissemination of results, informed consent, patient examination, patient safety, protocol adherence monitoring, randomization recruitment, referral for abnormal findings, reporting adverse events.
    As a GP-0602-14 Physician you will:
    • Serve as a primary investigator or project member for research projects of broad and complex scope to treat problems that are exceptionally difficult and unyielding to investigation and/or require unconventional or novel approaches or complex research techniques.
    • Provide specialized medical expertise in applied and/or basic research.
    • Develop a research program, which will enhance research goals and objectives of the laboratory.
    • Analyze, evaluate, and interpret scientific and clinical data.
    • Design, conduct, or direct clinical investigations and trials for the treatment of patients including: Phase I (dose establishment and toxicity studies); Phase II (pilot or small-scale studies of therapeutic efficacy or safety); and Phase III (large scale therapeutic efficacy or effectiveness trial with control group).
    • Manage human subject studies in any of the following areas: data collection, data release policies, design protocols, dissemination of results, informed consent, patient examination, patient safety, protocol adherence monitoring, randomization recruitment, referral for abnormal findings, reporting adverse events.

    Travel Required

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

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    14

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