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Associate Dean for Scientific Integrity

The Associate Dean for Scientific Integrity, in the School of Medicine (SOM), will provide strategic oversight and development of various initiatives under the Vice Dean for Scientific Integrity, including faculty engagement, research quality and integrity, and administrative efficiency and compliance.

Application Deadline: June 7, 2022.

The Associate Dean for Scientific Integrity, in the School of Medicine (SOM), will provide strategic oversight and development of various initiatives under the Vice Dean for Scientific Integrity, including faculty engagement, research quality and integrity, and administrative efficiency and compliance.

Work Performed

  • Provide strategic leadership by developing and executing new initiatives to improve efficiency and effectiveness across the SOM’s research mission
  • Work collaboratively with research and administrative leaders across the Schools of Medicine/Nursing and the Office of Research & Innovation (Vice/Associate Deans, Assoc/Assist VPs, Vice Chairs, and Directors)
  • Lead engagement opportunities and training for faculty, research personnel, and students/trainees that
    • promote quality, transparency, & accountability in research
    • incorporate principles of equity, inclusion, and professionalism in research
    • enhance the reputation and standing of Duke’s research enterprise
  • Identify and navigate opportunities to strengthen grant applications through successful integration of electronic solutions and ensure compliance with funding solicitations and sponsor requirements, including appropriate disclosure and management of outside activities/interests, scientific overlap and data use/sharing
  • Assess needs and identify new technology requirements or updates to improve efficiency and transparency in research
  • Promote excellence and integrity in research through risk mitigation and adherence to federal and institutional policy requirements in concert with existing compliance programs and offices

Qualifications

This position requires a doctorate degree (MD, DO, PhD) and credentials to qualify for appointment to the faculty in one of the School of Medicine departments. The successful candidate will have experience in research, facilitation, leadership, and administration. Excellent interpersonal skills, proven collaboration expertise, and the ability to manage complex, sensitive situations are essential. Knowledge of research-related policies, procedures, and regulations preferred. While time commitment is negotiable, this position is expected to require significant total professional effort.

Duke University School of Medicine is very interested in a diverse candidate pool and encourages applications from women and those from other groups underrepresented in medicine. Interested candidates should submit a statement of interest and a Curriculum Vitae to Lateisha Pulley at lateisha.pulley@duke.edu by June 7, 2022.

Duke University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer