NIH Center for Scientific Review Seeks Director for Division of AIDS, Behavioral, and Population Sciences

The National Institute of Health’s (NIH) Center for Scientific Review (CSR) is seeking a Director for its Division of AIDS, Behavioral, and Population Sciences (DABP). The Director of DABP is a member of CSR’s senior management, advises the Director of CSR and other NIH officials on scientific issues relevant to the Division and its mission, and represents CSR within and outside of NIH. DABP’s director will “provide scientific leadership for the Division, which handles reviews covering the broad fields of AIDS and AIDS related research, biobehavioral and behavioral processes, epidemiology and population sciences, healthcare delivery and methodologies, and risk, prevention and health behavior.” Additionally, the DABP Director plays “a key role in developing plans and providing direction as the peer review process evolves and NIH works to maintain and enhance it.” Additional responsibilities include: participating in strategic planning activities for achieving CSR’s scientific and management goals; assisting in establishing policy, principles and practices related to referral and review; and directing implementation of program and management changes. For more information see NIH’s website.

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Posted in Issue 17 (September 6), Update, Volume 35 (2016)


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