Help NIH do a better job reviewing YOUR grants…
June 29, 2011 § Leave a comment
The NIH is looking for a Scientific Review Administrator with experience related to modeling. This is your chance to make sure that your grants are handled by someone excellent. Spread the word!
Here’s the job description:
The Bioengineering Sciences and Technologies Initial Review Group (BST IRG) at the Center for Scientific Review, NIH currently has an opening for a Scientific Review Administrator. This is a full time, federal position located in Bethesda, MD. The position will be posted on the USA Jobs web site from July 7th until July 11th at www.USAJOBS.gov. The announcement number will be NIH-CSR-DE-2011-491298.
Anyone who might be interested in the position may also contact Tom Peterson with any questions.
A particular focus of the search is to identify a candidate who is familiar with the areas covered by the Modeling and Analysis of Biological Systems (MABS) study section. MABS reviews applications related to the development mathematical models for a diverse set of topics. Some of the areas covered by MABS include systems biology, gene regulatory networks, fluid dynamics of biological systems, multiscale models, electrophysiology, cell signaling and metabolism, and pharmacokinetic models. A description of this panel can be found here.
A PhD or MD with one year of independent research experience, one year of administrative experience, and US citizenship are needed to qualify for the position. Experience levels of typical candidates are from senior assistant professor on up. Salary is commensurate with experience and ranges from about $80,000 to $130,000. If you know of someone good with background in using mathematics or bioengineering as applied to biological systems who might be interested in this position, please pass this information on to them.