Senior Scientist / NTP Pathology Group Head, NIEHS
Deadline: June 6, 2019
The Division of the National Toxicology Program (DNTP), Cellular and Molecular Pathology Branch (CMPB) is seeking a highly motivated comparative pathologist with expertise in toxicologic pathology to support the National Toxicology Program (NTP) toxicology and carcinogenicity studies as well as NIEHS intramural investigators. The CMPB is within the Division of the National Toxicology Program (DNTP), National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, National Institutes of Health (NIH). The NTP is an interagency program and world leader whose mission is to evaluate agents of public health concern by developing and applying the tools of modern pathology, toxicology, and molecular biology.
The candidate will direct all aspects of pathology assessments for the National Toxicology Program. Leadership by the head of the NTP Pathology Group will include establishing nomenclature, quality assessment, peer review evaluation, interpretation and reporting of NTP pathology data. In addition, the candidate will provide pathology expertise and collaboration for research projects with DNTP and Division of Intramural Research scientists.
The candidate will be responsible for directing the pathology evaluations for the standard NTP studies (subchronic and chronic studies) and specialized studies such as immunotoxicity, neurotoxicity, multigenerational and reproductive and developmental studies. A primary objective is to produce timely, accurate, peer reviewed pathology data that is published in high impact reports. NTP pathology evaluations are considered critical inputs to the decision making process by regulatory agencies. In carrying out these duties, the candidate will oversee multiple research and development resources to meet the testing and research goals of the NTP. The candidate will be expected to partner with scientific teams both within and beyond the institute to develop an understanding of the pathogenesis of cancer and non-cancer study findings. Furthermore, the candidate will be expected to lead efforts for improving the efficiency of pathology evaluations and instituting state of the science pathology data management systems.
The candidate will be nationally and internationally recognized as an expert/authority in the field of toxicologic pathology, and toxicity and carcinogenicity testing. The candidate must have demonstrated experience in establishing working relationships with members of international groups and organizations that are key decision makers in the establishment of pathology standards and best practices. The candidate will be expected to represent the NIEHS/NTP at national and international meetings and symposia.
This position has minimum qualifications requirements that must be met in order for a candidate to be considered. The ideal candidate for this position will have a DVM or equivalent medical degree. While not required, a PhD in Pathology or equivalent field is preferred. Board certification in Anatomic Pathology by the American College of Veterinary Pathologists or equivalent is also preferred.
Applications for this position will be accepted May 28, 2019 through June 6, 2019 only. To apply, please visit https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/527667800. In addition to the USAJOBS supporting documentation requirements, the candidate may be asked to provide additional information about employment history as part of the hiring process that will highlight key qualifications. If you have questions regarding how to apply, or need additional information, please contact Angela Davis at 984-287-3018 or email@example.com.
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