Leidos is seeking candidates for Lead Senior Research Scientist (15 Year Studies) for the Traumatic Brain Injury Center of Excellence (TBICoE) Clinical Affairs Branch, Dissemination Branch, Research Branch and Mission Support office. TBICoE is a component of the Defense Health Agency (DHA). TBICoE is a division of the Research and Engineering Directorate (R&E). R&E is a Directorate of DHA. DHA is a Federal Program within the Department of Defense (DoD). TBICoE, known previously as the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center (DVBIC), is a congressionally mandated multi-site research, dissemination and knowledge translation program, charged with advancing the traumatic brain injury state of the science and clinical standards, established in 1992. TBICoE’s mission is to conduct congressionally mandated traumatic brain injury (TBI) clinical research investigations, surveillance, clinical tool development, and dissemination of TBI education to DoD medical personnel, service members, including Guard and Reserve, and veterans with TBI, as well as their families. This multifaceted approach to TBI is best served with coordination between divisions, offices and network sites to advance the state of the science for TBI.
Qualified candidates will have knowledge of the principles and theoretical concepts of brain injury pathophysiology, clinical effects and treatment required.
Experience directing a multidisciplinary clinical investigation team preferred.
General clinical investigation knowledge with ability to develop and implement scientifically sound clinical investigation protocols.
Ability to conceptualize and execute multiple clinical investigation projects from an existing database.
Ability to effectively author professional, peer reviewed journal articles, manuscripts, clinical investigation grant applications, posters and clinical investigation reports.
Ability to select and apply statistical techniques appropriate to the brain injury clinical investigation protocols under development and/or application is required.
Knowledge of the administrative processes appropriate to the above assignments is required.
Peer recognition of professional and scholarly contributions in his/her chosen specialty is desirable.
Demonstrated ability to develop national and international clinical investigation collaborations is considered an asset.
Ph.D. in Psychology or a terminal doctorate degree in related healthcare field is required. Training and experience in TBI clinical research is preferred.
10 years related scientific program management experience required.
Knowledge of multi-year grant administration and/or familiarity with military medical system along with grants management experience is desirable.
Demonstrated track record in obtaining grant funding from national or international granting agencies, development of a successful program of clinical investigation in TBI and productivity in publication of peer reviewed papers in the area of TBI. (preferred)
Must be able to sit and stand for long periods of time. Must be able to carry light items – up to 25 lbs.
Experience supervising scientific and administrative staff.
Office, clinical and hospital environment.
May encounter patients who are confused, agitated or abusive.
Must be available to travel locally, regionally and nationally.
Familiarity with military, health research, medical, government, and U.S. preferred.
Experience and proficiency with computer software, including Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint.
Ability to work both independently and as a valuable team member and communicate verbally and in writing with program managers and technical staff regarding matters of significant importance to the organization/project.
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