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The mission of the CCR Staff Scientist/Staff Clinician (SSSC) Organization is to advance the professional goals and scientific careers of CCR Staff Scientists and Staff Clinicians.



Single Cell Genomics - CCR new initiative and practical tips

Liz Conner and Mike Kelly

CCR Genomics Core and Single Cell Analysis Facility

Date: February 15, 2018 (Thursday)

Time: 12PM - 1PM

Location: Building 37/Room 2041

14th Annual Staff Scientists and Staff Clinicians Retreat

 Friday, April 6th, 2018 at NCI Shady Grove

Topic of RetreatCutting Edge in Cancer Research: Cancer Immunotherapy

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Steven Rosenberg (CCR)

Distinguished Panelists:
Dr. Nicholas P. Restifo (CCR)
Dr. Ira Pastan (CCR)
Dr. James Hodge (CCR)
Dr. Louis Weiner (Georgetown University)

Moderator: Dr. Claudia Palena (CCR)

All CCR, DCEG and Leidos
Staff Scientists and Clinicians,
and PIs are invited!

For more Information, Agenda,
and Registration Visit:
SSSC Retreat 2018

Abstract submission: February 15
Registration: February 23














Latest Slides!

5th Biennial SS/SC Professional Development Day - Oct 13, 2017
Christopher P. Austin, MD; NCATS/NIH, Director
"Catalyzing Translational Innovation"

urrent Quad Review forms:
Staff Scientist, Staff Clinician





SS/SC Handbook

Congratulations on becoming a Staff Scientist/Clinician at the National Institutes of Health.You are considered to be an important force behind successful research at NIH.

Click on the link below to view the complete handbook. Valuable information for everybody, not just new hires:

CCR/SSSC New Hiring Handbook version 2.0





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Aleksandra Michalowski

Web Editors
Ravindra Chalamalasetty
Kerstin Heselmeyer

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Last updated by Michalowski, Aleksandra (NIH/NCI) [E] on Feb 14, 2018