Clinical Research Physicians with Oncology Expertise
Scope of the Job
The positions are open to candidates that have an M.D. degree and expertise in Clinical Research.
Being an EORTC Clinical Research Physician means participating in high quality clinical research in Oncology that serves the interest of Society.
Main responsibilities / Major Activities
The Clinical Research Physician (CRP) supports the EORTC Oncology Research Groups in the elaboration of their scientific strategies to improve standards of care. The CRP contributes to develop collaboration between the stakeholders (academic groups, industry).
The CRP provides medical expertise and support for the development, implementation, conduct and reporting of EORTC clinical trials.
The CRP conducts training for non-medical staff and contributes also to courses and workshops.
- A Medical Doctor degree
- 3 to 5 years of experience in clinical research and preferably in oncology
- Basic understanding of medical statistics
- Must be fluent in English (oral and written), other languages an asset
- Good level of computer literacy
- Availability to travel