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Animal Program Director
National Institute on Drug Abuse, IRP
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Posted: 02-Nov-21

Location: Baltimore, Maryland

Type: Full Time

Salary: Negotiable

Categories:

Chiefs/Directors/Department Heads
Executive

Sector:

Government

Additional Information:

Telecommuting is allowed.

Internal Number: 22-00534

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About National Institute on Drug Abuse, IRP
Our Mission To conduct state-of-the-art basic, preclinical and clinical research on mechanisms that underlie substance use disorders, addiction and relapse. Ultimately we hope to translate these efforts into new methods for the prevention and treatment of substance use disorders highlighting the following: Enhancing our research by taking advantage of our unique and outstanding strengths Increasing translational research and fortifying our clinical portfolio Strengthening our basic science with investment in Technology Increasing Diversity and Inclusion at all levels Prioritizing Trans-NIH initiatives and growing strong ties with other institutes
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