NIH Staff Scientists/Staff Clinicians Organization
Please note that the NIH Staff Scientists/Staff Clinicians is transitioning to two groups, for Staff Scientists and for Staff Clinicians. The website are underdevelopment. More information about the Staff Clinicians Council is posted at http://sigs.nih.gov/NIH-staff-clinician-council.
The NIH Staff Scientists/Staff Clinicians (SS/SC) Organization was conceived in 2004 to represent the more than one thousand staff scientists and clinicians at the NIH, irrespective of hiring mechanism (e.g. GS-level, Commissioned Corps, Title 42, Contractor). Every NIH Staff Scientist and Staff Clinician is therefore represented by this organization.
The aims of the NIH SS/SC Organization are to:
- represent all of the NIH Staff Scientists/Staff Clinicians to their Institutes and the NIH.
- promote networking and both intra- and inter-Institute collaborations.
- create a repository of resources and expertise provided by the SS/SC.
- organize seminars and workshops on cutting edge and emerging technologies.
- foster career development through seminars and workshops on management, mentoring, lab organization, databases, etc.
A Representative Committee is populated with at least one member from each IC that employs Staff Scientists and/or Staff Clinicians. These individuals serve as the point of contact for their Institute and the liaison between their Institute and the Representatives Committee. The NIH SS/SC Organization meets quarterly to achieve the above stated goals.
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The page was last updated on Wednesday, July 17, 2019 - 2:37pm