The incumbent will design clinical research protocols and coordinate the project team, prepare reports and manuscripts, write clinical portions of INDs, IDEs, NDAs and PMAs, plan attend and participate in scientific conferences and meetings, supervise extramural clinical subprojects and liaise with public and private sector companies involved in women’s health. He/she will assist with the writing and submission of funding applications.
**This position is located in Northern Virginia.**
Design of clinical research protocols for exploratory, Phase I, II and III studies on microbicides and HIV prevention methods, novel and existing contraceptives, and other methods of interest to CONRAD in Reproductive Health, Women’s Heath and Maternal and Child Heath.
Preparing study designs and protocols, reviewing consent forms, case record forms, laboratory procedures, randomization procedures, recruiting materials, analysis plans and investigators brochures.
Participate in project teams conducting CONRAD supported clinical studies where appropriate.
Prepare final clinical reports and manuscripts.
Author clinical portions of INDs, IDEs, NDAs and PMAs as application and assist with FDA meetings and correspondence.
Write and submit written proposals for funding applications.
Plan, attend and participate in scientific conferences and meetings and their follow up.
Prepare strategic plans for development of CONRAD supported leads.
Supervise extramural clinical subprojects.
Liaise with public and private sector companies interested in CONRAD’s portfolio and research activities.
Prepare position papers on the status of selected potential project leads and concept papers on innovative methods and technologies.
Perform other duties as assigned.
EDUCATION: Degree in Medicine (M.D.) with specialization in OB/GYN, Women’s Health, Infectious Diseases or a related discipline. Medical degree from an accredited school with license to practice in the US strongly preferred.
EXPERIENCE: At least 5 years of experience in clinical research.