Director UVM Cancer Center Clinical Trials

University of Vermont Medical Center, Vermont’s academic medical center and founding member of the University of Vermont Health Network, seeks a Director UVM Cancer Center Clinical Trials. Position Summary: Provides senior operational leadership and direction for the development and growth of the Clinical Trial Office (CTO) of the University of Vermont Cancer Center (UVMCC). In partnership with the Faculty Medical Director of the CTO, oversee and ensure successful delivery and execution of clinical trial operations, including personnel management, finances, and regulatory compliance. Deliverables will be measured in the following manner: All study site activities, including timelines and patient accruals, hiring of sufficient staff, management of pharmaceutical products, trial oversight, completion of study endpoints, regulatory compliance, and mitigation of deviations and risks; and financial management of the study portfolio. Develop and implement innovative programmatic, strategic, and operational approaches to advance the quality and efficiency of Phase I-IV clinical trials and clinical research. Directly supervise the functional areas of clinical protocol and data management, clinical research operations, clinical research informatics, clinical events classification, safety surveillance, regulatory services, pharmacokinetics, and UVMCC’s early phase unit. Clinical research finances will be managed in collaboration with the UVMCC Financial Manager. In collaboration with the Associate Director for Clinical and Translational Research and the Associate Director for Administration, the Faculty Medical Director of the CTO and the Manager will ensure alignment with UVMCC vision, strategic goals and NCI expectations. Serve as member of the UVMCC CTO Executive Operations Team and provide leadership for UVMCC-wide clinical initiatives. Education: Master’s degree required. Experience: Three to five years of management experience (preferably in cancer research or an academic setting) required. Experience in executing multidisciplinary clinical research protocols (preferably in oncology), both on the patient and on the regulatory sides required. Ability to collaborate, high level of organizational skills, and attention to details are required. To apply, please use our online application system: The UVM Medical Center is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protective veteran status.

The University of Vermont Medical Center
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Telephone: 8023381976
111 Colchester Avenue
Burlington, Vermont 05401 United States

Director, Clinical Trials Program

Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of Health (NIH) National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) Director, Clinical Trials Program Office of the Clinical Director The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is seeking a senior clinical research operations expert to lead a new Clinical Trials Program in the Office of the Clinical Director within the Intramural Research Program of the NINDS. More detailed information about the NINDS Division of Intramural Research may be found at: The successful candidate will have substantial experience and expertise in clinical research strategy and operations; good clinical practices; research training and education of clinical research staff; along with an established reputation in overseeing all stages of clinical research from design to implementation and demonstrated success in leading a clinical research group. Candidates must have Doctor of Medicine Degree, License or registration as a Physician, at least 1 year or supervised experience, and 5 years of graduate training in clinical research management, trial operations, regulatory strategy and drug development. Description of the work and projects performed in the program area is below: Clinical Trials Program: The incumbent will be responsible for developing and organizing infrastructure and setting priorities to assist NINDS clinical investigators with all aspects of clinical research including strategic program design and management, protocol development, data management, data quality control, safety monitoring, IRB issues and regulatory affairs. NINDS conducts early phase clinical trials as well as clinical research to support therapeutics development, such as pathophysiology and natural history studies in neurological disorders. Recent advances in translational neuroscience have created unprecedented opportunities to develop effective new treatments or preventive strategies for many disorders that affect the nervous system. The program in which the candidate will apply work to command all stages of

National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Contact: Nicole Lamari  (
Telephone: 301-594-4086
10 Center Dr., MSC 1430
Bethesda, MD 20892
Bethesda, MD 20892 United States

Senior Biostatistician, Department of Oncology, Dell Medical School

All applications must be submitted through the UT Austin job board: ---- Job Details: General Notes As part of the Livestrong Cancer Institutes Developmental Therapeutics Lab of the Department of Oncology Dell Medical School, this position supports cancer research quantitative and methodological aspects. Under the direction of Dr. Jeanne Kowalski, Associate Director of Cancer Clinical Genomics and Professor of Oncology, this position will advance the research program by providing quantitative and methodological support to cancer projects. In a highly collaborative mode, the individual will independently interact with LIVESTRONG Cancer Institute investigators on research projects. Responsibilities Independently analyze and interpret data including selection and application of statistical methods. Prepare and present reports of findings including graphical displays. Educate collaborators on statistical methods in cancer research. Collaborate on the development of reports or manuscripts for peer-review, including but not limited to scholarly journals. Additional duties may include review of statistical components of protocols for scientific or IRB review and/or statistical analysis plans. Operating as a Co-Investigator or team member, collaborate on the development of cancer research study designs with respect to selection of appropriate statistical analysis methods and conduct of sample size and power calculations. Engage with researchers to further develop cancer research questions and propose approaches to test their feasibility. Collaborate on the development of research or project grant applications and contribute to the writing of the grant. Educate collaborators on statistical methods proposed for their data. May at times be called on for the development of quantifiable research questions and/or testable hypotheses. Participate in the development of detailed research protocols.

Dell Medical School
Contact: Nick Smith-Stanley  (
Telephone: 5124955235
1616 Guadalupe
Austin, Texas 78701 United States