An Opportunity to Shape NIH's HIV/AIDS Research Agenda

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At a critical juncture in the global fight against HIV/AIDS, the National Institutes of Health is seeking two top-tier scientist-physicians to help shape the agency’s research agenda domestically and globally.

The job openings are Deputy Director, Division of AIDS, and Director, Therapeutic Research Branch, Division of AIDS, both within the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Here are the job descriptions and information about how to apply:

The Deputy Director will work closely with the Director of NIAID’s Division of AIDS to manage the division and its resources, with responsibilities in personnel, budget, administration and scientific program planning. For additional information on this position, please visit: http://www3.niaid.nih.gov/about/working/pdf/DAIDSpdd.pdf

The TRP Director will be responsible for planning, implementing, and directing a global extramural research program, in excess of $120M, for the preclinical development and clinical testing of therapies for HIV/AIDS and its associated co-infections and complications. This includes oversight of the largest collection of HIV/AIDS therapeutic clinical trials networks in the world. For additional information on this position, please visit: http://www3.niaid.nih.gov/about/working/pdf/DAIDStrp.pdf

Interested applicants can also contact Dr. Henry Masur, chief of NIH’s Critical Care Medicine Department, at hmasur@nih.gov.

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