Madeline Liddicoat
Madeline Liddicoat


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Job Openings in Science & Society

Program Coordinator

Serving under the Deputy Director of Science & Society, the Program Coordinator oversees administrative operations for S&S academic programs: Huang Fellows Program, MA in Bioethics and Science Policy, Science & Society Undergraduate Certificate, and Science and the Public FOCUS cluster. Learn More and Apply


Assistant Director of Education Programs

The Duke Science & Society Assistant Director of Education Programs (ADEP) will teach both graduate and undergraduate courses and administer undergraduate and graduate educational programs within Science & Society. Applications must be submitted through | Learn More.


Internships, Fellowships & Other Opportunities

For the most up to date internships, fellowships, and career opportunities in bioethics & science policy around the country, visit the jobs board.

Click Therapeutics Seeks an Analyst, Quality Management Systems

Click Therapeutics, Inc. develops and commercializes software as prescription medical treatments for people with unmet medical needs.

The Quality Management Systems Analyst has a key role in implementing and supporting Click’s Quality Management System to help align Click’s product life cycle processes and cross-functional operations with evolving medical device regulations and standards. Candidates must be proactive and creative in leading efforts to produce innovative process solutions to help accommodate Clicks pipeline progression, maintain compliance, and ensure Click’s standards of product safety, efficacy, and quality. The Analyst reports to the Director of Quality Management Systems. Learn More & Apply

Knowledge Translation Communications Specialist

Neuroethics Canada seeks a highly motivated individual to join them in beautiful Vancouver, BC, in a dual Knowledge Translation Communications Specialist (KTS) role. The first 50% of the position will be dedicated to assisting the Director with the daily lab management of Neuroethics Canada and developing multimedia KT materials for a large NIH grant dedicated to drug resistant epilepsy. The other to 50% will be to serve as the inaugural KT and Communications Specialist for the Canadian Brain Research Strategy (CBRS) Secretariat. Learn More & Apply.