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Chief Operating Officer, Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute

Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center

October 20, 2020
Chief Operating Officer, Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute Associate Dean, Translational Research and Clinical Sciences

The Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI) in conjunction with Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM) is seeking applicants for a Chief Operating Officer and Associate Dean to advance the research vision and objectives of the school and institute. The COO & Associate Dean will represent the EAD of Research Affairs at an executive level within the university, CTSI, the school’s healthcare affiliates, and with public and private donors. Programs within the Research Affairs office include a variety of high-risk, milestone-driven projects that pursue a wide range of basic, translational, clinical and implementation research, as well as health delivery and novel therapeutics development. The person recruited for this position will have input into which initiatives and what approaches are prioritized. This individual will also assist with transitioning promising therapies into initial studies in patients, work closely with the extramural research community, and build partnerships with nonprofit research organizations and companies.

Master’s degree required, doctorate or terminal degree preferred. Master’s degree finalists will be eligible for an Academic Specialist appointment type. Doctorate degree finalists will be eligible for a faculty appointment type.
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