Office of the Clinical Director
Clinical Trials/Patient Care Job Opportunities
Be part of our mission to make breakthrough scientific discoveries to find cures and treatments for cancer.
CCR has a thriving clinical research program where 35 multi-disciplinary teams led by the nation’s physician-science experts are working to create the medicines of tomorrow. Our highly specialized oncology research teams develop and run novel clinical trials and provide compassionate care to our patients in the NIH Clinical Center, located in Bethesda, Maryland.
The Office of the Clinical Director supports our clinical research program with a robust infrastructure by providing:
- biostatistical expertise for trial design and analysis,
- administrative support for protocol review and monitoring processes,
- training of clinical research personnel,
- outreach to promote patient accrual,
- data management, auditing and monitoring of in-house and multi-institutional trials, and
- informatics for data collection and storage.
The office also serves as the interface between CCR and the NIH Clinical Center, the nation's largest hospital devoted entirely to clinical research. The NIH Clinical Center is home to units and clinics that treat patients with cancer, HIV and immunodeficiencies who are on CCR clinical trials and includes 242 in-patient beds and 90 day-hospital stations.
Biostatistics and Data Management Support Section (BDMSS)
Provides statistical leadership and data management consultation.
Office of Clinical Research Support Services (OCRS)
Oversees data management services, monitoring and auditing, IT support, and clinical contract management.
Office of Education and Compliance (OEC)
Handles staff training and compliance monitoring to ensure care of the highest quality and safety.
Office of Research Nursing (ORN)
Oversees the activities of CCR research nurses responsible for protocol compliance and data integrity, as well as patient care coordinators who work directly with patients on scheduling and logistics for their care.
Office of Sponsor and Regulatory Oversight (OSR)
Serves as the CCR sponsor for the FDA-regulated studies conducted by CCR investigators.
Office of Surgeon-Scientist Career Development
Coordinates the new Early-Stage Surgeon Scientist Program (ESSP), an initiative to train early-stage surgeon-scientists conducting cancer-related research and develops other career development programs.
Protocol Support Office (PSO)
Works with CCR PIs to manage the clinical trial lifecycle.
Center for Cancer Research National Cancer Institute
- Bldg. 10, Room 3-2571
- Bethesda, MD 20892