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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.

Thanks Everyone for Participating in the SS/SC Retreat!

Congratulations to the winners of Travel Awards:

Cynthia Pise-Masison:"Using the Humanized Mouse Model for studies on HTLV-1" (Basic Research)

Chin-Hsien (Emily) Tai: "Evaluation of T Cell Epitope Prediction Tools Show a Poor Correlation Between T Cell Activation Assays and MHC II Binding Prediction Algorithms" (Technologies and Methodologies Development)

Tomas Vilimas: "Molecular and functional characterization of p53 missense mutant variants in vitro and in vivo" (Translational, Clinical and Epidemiological Research)

Hannah Yang: "Incidence trends of breast, endometrial, and ovarian cancer among US women in relation to changing patterns of menopausal hormone therapy" (Translational, Clinical and Epidemiological Research)

Many Thanks to the Retreat Committee!










SS/SC Handbook

Congratulations on becoming a Staff Scientist/ Clinician (SS/SC) 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. Interesting information for everybody, not just new hires:
CCR/SSSC New Hiring Handbook


Dr. Cynthia Masison's presentation from the SSSC Retreat on May 1, 2015:
SS/SC Displacement
Current Quad Review forms:
Staff Scientist
Staff Clinician





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