The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) invites applications from US citizens for a vacancy in the office of the National Center on Sleep Disorders Research, Bethesda, Md. The individual selected for this position will be a Health Scientist Administrator and serve as program director of the sleep and neurobiology grant portfolio in the NHLBI Division of Lung Diseases.

This is an opportunity for individuals with scientific vision to excel in a collaborative, team-based environment, and make a major contribution to the future development of sleep and circadian research. The NHLBI prides itself as an avenue fostering unique and rewarding careers. Academic faculty at all levels and advanced postdoctoral fellows may be eligible.

Please see the appropriate vacancy announcement below for details. Application Receipt Deadline: March 11, 2008

Potential Applicants should respond to the appropriate vacancy link listed below. Details are in the announcements.

All US Citizens

US Citizens with an MD, DO, or equivalent

US Citizens with status under Title 5 Federal Employee programs

Questions regarding eligibility, how to apply, and benefits should be directed to the contact listed in the vacancy announcement.
Questions regarding NHLBI sleep and circadian research programs should be directed to Dr. Michael Twery, Director NCSDR, at (301) 435-0199, and [email protected].