Program Director, Michelson Prize & GrantsJob Description
The Director of the MPG Program is responsible for the development, implementation and ongoing management of the Michelson Prize & Grants in Reproductive Biology toward discovery of a single dose non-surgical sterilant in dogs and cats. This person establishes outreach plans to biomedical research scientists, coordinates activities of the MPG Scientific Advisory Board in reviewing Letters of Intent and Proposals, and monitors research progress of grantees. The Director of the MPG Program will oversee compliance with procedures for awarding the Michelson Prize, and will coordinate Foundation activities with federal regulation, commercialization and distribution of the successful product. The person in this position reports to the Executive Director of the Foundation, has two staff members reporting to her/him, and works in close collaboration with the MPG Director of Scientific Research, the MPG Scientific Advisory Board, attorneys in the office of the General Counsel, and other staff members of the Foundation.
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