The Executive Assistant (EA) will be the first point of contact for Dr. Kenton Gregory, Director of Regenerative Medicine, Lisa Buckley, Director of Regulatory Affairs and Clinical Trials, and the Center in relation to internal OHSU customers, such as members from other departments and members of the OHSU CRM Advisory Board. The EA will serve as an important asset in managing and maintaining relationships with national and international civilian and military collaborators, contractors, other existing and potential commercialization partners as well as potential funders, including important philanthropic donors and foundations. The EA is responsible for the overall office administration and management for the Center, ensuring the efficiency of the Center's work processes as well as a smooth flow of day-to-day operations and services. The EA will provide confidential and executive level support to the Director of Regenerative Medicine and the Director of Regulatory Affairs and Clinical Trials well as general support to the Regenerative Medicine staff, which consists of a 15-member team, including four M.D. and Ph.D. scientists. The EA will also assist in scientific and professional writing, editing, budget preparation, and submission of research protocols for Center activities, manuscript management and grant preparation (pre and post award), and other philanthropic efforts for the betterment of the Center.
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