Careers at DCEG
The Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics (DCEG) recruits scientific personnel from academia, government agencies, and major health organizations.
Tenure-Eligible Senior Investigator – Multiple Disciplines Intramural Research Program (IRP)
The National Cancer Institute is seeking outstanding, internationally recognized and visionary scientists to lead independent research programs to conduct cutting-edge cancer research in DCEG. All areas relevant to population cancer research will be considered with highest priority in epidemiology, exposure assessment, biostatistics, data science, computational biology, clinical cancer genetics, integrative cancer genomics, and/or health disparities research. Learn more about the tenure-eligible senior investigator opportunity.
Epidemiologic Research Assistant (Contractor), Integrated Tumor Epidemiology Branch
The Integrative Tumor Epidemiology Branch (ITEB) is recruiting an epidemiologic research assistant to maintain records of study progress and publications, coordinate various administrative projects, and organize scientific meetings, as well as assist multiple investigators in all aspects of epidemiologic cancer research, including data management, analysis, and preparation of reports for presentation or publication. Learn more about the ITEB epidemiologic research assistant opportunity.
Research Assistant in Epidemiology (Contractor), Confluence Project
DCEG is recruiting a research assistant (contractor) to participate in project management for the Confluence Project, a large and exciting project that brings together scientists from multiple breast cancer consortia to investigate the genetic architecture of breast cancer and improve risk prediction and prognosis of the disease. Learn more about the research assistant (Confluence Project) opportunity.
Senior Science Writer, Communications Project Manager (Contractor), DCEG
The Division of Cancer Epidemiology & Genetics is recruiting a science writer and communications project manager to perform science writing, project management in support of communications and implementation goals identified through the Divisions strategic planning process, and to serve as strategic communications advisor to the Communications Chief. Learn more about the science writer, communications project manager opportunity.
Staff Scientist, Clinical Genetics Branch
The DCEG Clinical Genetics Branch (CGB) is recruiting a staff scientist to support studies focused on the quantification of cancer risk and phenotype in monogenic tumor predisposition disorders. Learn more about the CGB staff scientist opportunity.
Staff Scientist, Occupational and Environmental Epidemiology Branch
The DCEG Occupational and Environmental Epidemiology Branch (OEEB) is recruiting a computational analyst/bioinformatician to support multiple projects, including analysis of large-scale genetic association studies. Learn more about the OEEB staff scientist opportunity.
Tenure-track Investigator, Radiation Epidemiology Branch
The DCEG Radiation Epidemiology Branch (REB) is recruiting a tenure-track investigator to develop an independent research program focused on the risk of new malignancies developing in cancer survivors. Learn more about the REB tenure-track investigator opportunity.
Tenure-track/Tenure-eligible Investigator, Infections and Immunoepidemiology Branch
The DCEG Infections and Immunoepidemiology Branch (IIB) is recruiting a tenure-track/tenure-eligible investigator with a research focus on the epidemiology of cancer in relation to infections and/or immune variation. Learn more about the IIB tenure-track investigator opportunity.
Careers for Trainees
DCEG offers training opportunities within eight research branches conducting population and multidisciplinary research to discover the genetic and environmental determinants of cancer and new approaches to cancer prevention. Find a fellowship opportunity.
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