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Science Project Director Wanted -- Treatment Action Group (TAG)

July 27, 2001

On August 5 the Treatment Action Group circulated a three-page job announcement and description for Basic Science Project Director. The full announcement may be available through

From the announcement:

Job Description. The Basic Science Project Director will be responsible for developing and implementing TAG policy, programs and advocacy projects focusing on basic and applied research on HIV infection, including:

The Basic Science Project Director will report directly to TAG's Senior Policy Director and will work closely with other TAG policy and program staff and consultants, developing and implementing advocacy strategies to ensure the most expeditious, ethical and efficacious development of useful new drugs, biologics, treatment regimens and strategies to treat HIV in the USA and internationally.

The Basic Science Project Director will develop, implement and advocate for TAG's basic science and immunology research advocacy efforts with other HIV community advocates and organizations as well as with the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and diagnostics industries, academic and community based researchers, clinicians, U.S. government agencies such as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and National Institutes of Health (NIH), and other local, state, and national AIDS research, treatment and policy-making bodies as well as organizations such as UNAIDS, the World Health Organization (WHO), and other multilateral agencies and foundations.

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To Apply. Interested candidates should send a letter expressing their qualifications and interest in the position with a resume/C.V. and three references with contact information to:

Basic Science Project Director Search
c/o Regina Gillis
Treatment Action Group (TAG)
350 Seventh Ave. Ste. 1603
New York, NY 10001

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