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AACR membership includes more than 58,000laboratory, translational, and clinical researchers; population scientists; other health care professionals; and patient advocates residing in 141 countries and territories around the world. Presently, 32% of members live outside the United States and 22% of AACR’s international members are located in countries with emerging economies.   Its mission is to prevent and cure all cancers. The programs and activities of the AACR foster the exchange of new knowledge among scientists and physicians in cancer research as well as in related sciences. The AACR publishes ten peer-reviewed scientific journals and an award-winning magazine for cancer patients and their loved ones; convenes topical scientific conferences and an annual meeting that draws more than 22,500 participants; offers educational workshops that train young investigators in a variety of scientific and clinical areas; funds research fellowships, career development awards, and research grants for both senior and junior investigators; raises public awareness of the progress in the biology, detection, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of cancer; engages actively in advocacy for increased federal research funding and other national policies that accelerate progress against cancer; and interacts with regulatory agencies to support regulatory science and policy.

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Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 days ago(2/28/2024 3:25 PM)
  This position functions as a point of contact for mail room operations as well facilities maintenance.  It includes but is not limited to the processing of internal and external mail, facilitating the shipments to external conferences and meetings, maintaining, and ordering the inventory of office supplies, and liaising with building management on facilities related issues. It provides assistance with various projects including the packaging of meeting and conference materials for shipment.  When necessary, it handles packages weighing 50-60 pounds, and moves items such as furniture and equipment, from one room to another.
Department
Finance
ID
2024-1587
Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 week ago(2/22/2024 5:44 PM)
The AACR is seeking an experienced administrator to support the CEO and Executive Office staff in a non-profit environment with international outreach. The primary responsibilities of the Senior Executive Office Administrator are:  1) to provide administrative support to the CEO, including scheduling and travel arrangements; 2) to support the Associate Director and Director regarding projects and activities for the Board of Directors and other administrative tasks in order to facilitate the operations of the Executive Office.  
Department
Executive Office
ID
2024-1585
Job Locations US-MA-Boston | US-PA-Philadelphia | US-DC
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 weeks ago(2/20/2024 10:24 AM)
The American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) has an exciting opportunity for an individual who is passionate about cancer research and who excels at scientific communication to join the editorial team of its highly cited and highly ranked publication, Cancer Discovery. Cancer Discovery is among the world’s most preeminent cancer journals, publishing major advances in basic, translational, and clinical research, including clinical trials. Cancer Discovery is an essential information resource that also publishes highly regarded news stories—including pieces on advances in cancer research and treatment, technology, business, people and places, therapeutics-related FDA activity, science and public policy, and research funding—as well as review articles, perspectives and commentaries, and summaries of important findings in other journals.   Position Summary:   The News Writer/Reporter, Cancer Discovery, will report to the Senior Editor of Science & Medical News and will work from an AACR office in Boston or Philadelphia. The News Writer/Reporter will brainstorm and suggest story ideas, interview experts, and draft articles for the journal, and will ensure the publication of accurate, high-quality pieces. The News Writer/Reporter will also oversee the weekly publication of the online “Noted This Week” column, assist with the publication of online articles, obtain images to accompany articles, and develop news content for other channels. As a key member of the Cancer Discovery team, the News Writer/Reporter will be engaged with the journal’s other editors and will develop contacts in the broader cancer research community.
Department
Publishing - Editorial
ID
2024-1583
Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 weeks ago(2/18/2024 7:15 PM)
AACR Foundation: The AACR Foundation was established in 2000. The Foundation’s purpose is to raise funds for cancer research, for AACR’s programs and services, and for the promotion of the organization’s mission. The AACR Foundation has the creativity, innovation, and flexibility to support AACR in making significant advances in the prevention and conquest of cancer. With the help of contributors from among the AACR membership, colleagues, and friends in the national and international cancer community, and corporations and foundations, the AACR Foundation is poised to help the AACR achieve important victories in the fight against cancer. The AACR Foundation was preceded by a Development Division at AACR formed in 1997. During the past twenty-three years, the Division grew from a fundraising operation that raised $1.5 million in 1998, to a staff of over twenty people raising upwards of $30 million today. Among the AACR Foundation’s current programs are corporate contributions, industry alliances, foundation grants, individual annual giving campaigns, community endurance events, and web-based engagement.  Position Summary:   The Senior Manager, Database Operations is responsible for data integrity, process improvement, reporting and analysis, donor research, staff training, and ensuring integrations with other platforms/software is functioning correctly.
Department
AACR Foundation
ID
2024-1582
Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 weeks ago(2/18/2024 6:59 PM)
AACR Foundation:   The AACR Foundation was established in 2000. The purpose of the Foundation is to raise funds for cancer research, for AACR’s programs and services, and for the overall promotion of the organization’s mission. The AACR Foundation has the creativity, innovation, and flexibility to support AACR in making significant advances in the prevention and conquest of cancer. With the help of contributors from among the AACR membership, colleagues, and friends in the national and international cancer community, and corporations and foundations, the AACR Foundation is poised to help the AACR achieve important victories in the fight against cancer.   The AACR Foundation was preceded by a Development Division at AACR formed in 1997. During the past twenty three years, the Division grew from a fundraising operation that raised $1.5 million in 1998, to a staff of over twenty people raising upwards of $30 million today. Among the AACR Foundation’s current programs are corporate contributions, industry alliances, foundation grants, individual annual giving campaigns, community endurance events, and web-based engagement.    Position Summary:   The Coordinator, Development Operations is an administrative‐level staff member of the AACR Foundation and will provide a high level of operational support to the Leadership Philanthropy team. This individual will work closely with immediate team colleagues, as well as other colleagues across the AACR Foundation.  
Department
Foundation
ID
2024-1580
Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 weeks ago(2/9/2024 11:36 AM)
Organizational Profile:   AACR membership includes more than 58,000 laboratory, translational, and clinical researchers; population scientists; other health care professionals; and patient advocates residing in 141 countries and territories around the world. Presently, 32% of members live outside the United States and 22% of AACR’s international members are located in countries with emerging economies.  Its mission is to prevent and cure all cancers. The programs and activities of the AACR foster the exchange of new knowledge among scientists and physicians in the cancer field as well as in related biomedical sciences. AACR publishes nine peer-reviewed scientific journals and an award-winning magazine for cancer patients and their loved ones; convenes topical scientific conferences and an annual meeting that draws more than 22,500 participants; offers educational workshops that train young investigators in a variety of scientific and clinical areas; funds fellowships, career development awards, and research grants for both senior and junior investigators; raises public awareness of the progress in and reasons for hope in the biology, detection, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of cancer; engages actively in advocacy for increased federal research funding and other national policies that accelerate progress against cancer; and interacts with regulatory agencies to support regulatory science and policy.   Job Summary:   This position is responsible for issue management, copyediting, production, and quality control of scientific journal content from acceptance through online and print publication.   This position requires the individual to work independently and possess good decision-making skills during the journal production process.  Oversee and manage vendor performance.
Department
Publishing - Production
ID
2024-1578
Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(1/4/2024 11:51 AM)
The AACR has an exciting opportunity for an individual passionate about the intersection of cancer research and immunology, and who is considering a non-bench career, to join the editorial team of Cancer Immunology Research as Assistant, Associate, or Senior Editor, based on experience level.   The Editor, Cancer Immunology Research, will handle manuscript submissions throughout the review process. This person will also commission reviews and other content, write and edit for the journal, and promote the journal through outreach and networking efforts. As a key member of the team, the Editor, Cancer Immunology Research, will have a highly visible role both within the Association and in the larger cancer research community.   About Cancer Immunology Research: Cancer Immunology Research publishes outstanding original articles reporting major advances in cancer immunology that span the discipline from basic investigations in host-tumor interactions to developmental therapeutics in model systems, early translational studies in patients, and late-stage clinical trials. The journal disseminates knowledge of immunology to the cancer research community, catalyzing cross-disciplinary work that yields a deeper understanding of the host-tumor relationship, more potent cancer treatments, and improved clinical outcomes.  
Department
Publishing - Editorial
ID
2024-1577
Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(12/8/2023 9:54 AM)
The Managing Editoris responsible for managing the manuscript submission and review process, and for supporting editorial development of two journals, the AACR’s first and only fully open access journal, Cancer Research Communications, and a well-established hybrid journal, Molecular Cancer Research. Precise title and salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Department
Publishing - Editorial
ID
2023-1573
Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 4 months ago(11/2/2023 9:14 AM)
The Program Coordinator, Scientific Programs assists with the coordination of all programs and activities associated with the AACR Scientific Working Groups (Cancer Evolution, Cancer Immunology, Cancer Prevention, Chemistry in Cancer Research, Molecular Epidemiology, Pediatric Cancer, Radiation Science and Medicine) and Fellows of the AACR Academy. This position is also responsible for coordinating the formation of all AACR committees on an annual basis and assisting with the AACR’s Scientific Achievement Awards platform, as needed.  
Department
Executive Office
ID
2023-1569
Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 4 months ago(11/2/2023 9:15 AM)
The Scientific Program Administrator, Scientific Programs Department, will be responsible for the management of a multidisciplinary educational workshop for physicians who are early-stage investigators (as defined by the NIH) underrepresented in medicine, or physicians who have a demonstrated commitment to increasing diversity in clinical research to the principles of good clinical trial design. The workshop will provide the educational foundation and the tools needed to conduct clinical trials that will yield definitive results and have the potential to impact patient care and increase the participation of diverse populations in clinical trials for oncology, benign hematologic diseases, cardiovascular diseases, and autoimmune diseases. A unique aspect of the workshop is to address the frequent disconnect between communities and clinical trialists by teaching effective methods that create structures for communities to help refine clinical questions and trials for improved patient benefit. Bridging the gap between clinical investigators and the communities they serve by utilizing highly innovative approaches to clinical research will be a unique and key component of the program. The workshop is developed in support of a broader project focused on mentoring, education, diversity, equity, and inclusion issues in biomedical research and will require extensive external communication and collaboration.  
Department
Scientific Programs
ID
2023-1568
Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 4 months ago(11/7/2023 11:01 AM)
Founded in 1907, the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) is the world’s first and largest professional organization dedicated to advancing cancer research through its mission to prevent and cure all cancers. AACR’s growing membership now includes more than 56,000 laboratory, translational, and clinical researchers, other health care professionals, and patient advocates residing in 134 countries and territories. Through its wide array of programs, this prestigious and dynamic organization leverages the full spectrum of expertise of the cancer community to accelerate progress in the prevention, understanding, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer.   The AACR is seeking a candidate to support AACR’s mission and programs that are designed to drive the future scientific agenda of the organization. Specifically, this position will support the Senior Director of Scientific Programs and Strategic Initiatives, who oversees all AACR scientific working groups, AACR scientific achievement awards and lectureships, the Fellows of the AACR Academy, and all annual AACR committee appointments.   Regarding the latter, on an annual basis, various AACR committees are formed to assist with the planning of the AACR Annual Meeting, selection of scientific achievement award and scientific grant recipients, as well as to guide ongoing programs and initiatives dedicated to supporting AACR’s mission to prevent and cure all cancers. One of the primary responsibilities of this position will be to assist with the AACR’s annual committee appointment process by tracking committee-associated appointments, communications, and file repositories. In addition, this position will involve training dedicated to webpage maintenance, construction, and content building.   Secondly, this position will provide as needed administrative support to AACR’s scientific working groups, Fellows of the AACR Academy, and AACR scientific achievement award selection committees.   AACR scientific working groups function within the framework of the AACR to explore expanded research opportunities and to advance discoveries that lead to greater knowledge and understanding of cancer. There are currently eight AACR scientific working groups dedicated to the following scientific disciplines: cancer evolution, cancer prevention, cancer immunology, chemistry in cancer research, pediatric cancer, population sciences, radiation science and medicine, and the tumor microenvironment.   The organization’s robust scientific achievement award program aims to recognize and honor outstanding scientific achievement across all cancer research disciplines. Annually, the AACR distributes over 20 scientific achievement awards to individuals who have made significant contributions to our understanding of the biology, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of cancer. Such individuals are selected through a formal nomination and election process and are celebrated throughout the year and primarily in conjunction with the AACR Annual Meeting.   Similarly, the mission of the AACR Academy is to recognize and honor distinguished scientists whose major scientific contributions have propelled significant innovation and progress against cancer, and to leverage the expertise of the global brain trust of Fellows of the AACR Academy to advance the mission of the AACR to prevent and cure all cancers through research, education, communication, collaboration, science policy and advocacy, and funding for cancer research. Each year, a new class of Fellows are elected and inducted into the AACR Academy, which represents the pinnacle honorific bestowed by the AACR to any individual. Collectively, all Fellows of the AACR Academy provide ongoing advice and counsel to the AACR leadership on scientific topics of timeliness and significance as well as other matters of importance.   The Program Associate, Scientific Programs and Strategic Initiatives position will assist with the general administration of these various AACR programs on an as needed basis and in collaboration with existing Executive Office staff.
Department
Executive Office
ID
2023-1567
Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 4 months ago(11/1/2023 10:24 AM)
Organizational Profile:   The American Association for Cancer Research (AACR), with more than 54,000 members residing in 130 countries, is the first and largest organization in the world dedicated to advances in all areas of high-quality, innovative cancer research.  Its mission is to prevent and cure all cancers.  The programs and activities of the AACR foster the exchange of new knowledge among scientists and physicians in the cancer field as well as in related biomedical sciences.  AACR publishes eight peer-reviewed scientific journals and an award-winning magazine for cancer patients and their loved ones; convenes topical scientific conferences and an annual meeting that draws more than 22,500 participants; offers educational workshops that train young investigators in a variety of scientific and clinical areas; funds fellowships, career development awards, and research grants for both senior and junior investigators; raises public awareness of the progress in and reasons for hope in the biology, detection, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of cancer; engages actively in advocacy for increased federal research funding and other national policies that accelerate progress against cancer; and interacts with regulatory agencies to support regulatory science and policy.   Job Summary:   The Meetings Manager will provide a high level of meeting management expertise to the Senor Director of Meetings and to the Association overall. This individual will be a mid-level meeting professional with exceptional organizational skills. In addition, the Meetings Manager will be highly detailed-oriented, with at least 3-5 years of meetings experience; 1 year of which should be as the manager/coordinator within a meetings department. The Meetings Manager will possess the ability to take charge and work with internal and external customers to produce world-class meetings and events of up to 2500 attendees.
Department
Meetings and Exhibits
ID
2023-1566
Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 4 months ago(10/23/2023 3:03 PM)
Organizational Profile: The American Association for Cancer Research (AACR), with more than 56,000 members residing in 134 countries, is the first and largest organization in the world dedicated to advances in all areas of high-quality, innovative cancer research. Its mission is to prevent and cure all cancers. The programs and activities of AACR foster the exchange of new knowledge among scientists and physicians in the cancer field as well as in related biomedical sciences. AACR publishes 10 peer-reviewed scientific journals and an award-winning magazine for cancer patients and their loved ones; convenes topical scientific conferences and an annual meeting that draws more than 22,000 participants; offers educational workshops that train young investigators in a variety of scientific and clinical areas; funds fellowships, career development awards, and research grants for both senior and junior investigators; raises public awareness of the progress in biology, detection, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of cancer; engages actively in advocacy for increased federal research funding and other national policies that accelerate progress against cancer; and interacts with regulatory agencies to support regulatory science and policy.   Position Summary: The Science Writer in the Communications and Public Relations Department is responsible for translating scientific data and information related to cancer research into content that helps educate the public, media, policymakers, and the health care industry; the writer helps educate the stakeholders about AACR’s mission and the importance of biomedical research and funding. In this capacity, the writer assists in implementing AACR’s communications and public relations plans that facilitate the accurate communication and reporting of the latest advances in cancer research from AACR’s conferences, peer-reviewed journals, partnerships, and other scientific activities.
Department
Communications and Public Relations
ID
2023-1556
Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 5 months ago(10/13/2023 3:56 PM)
The Associate Director, Scientific Programs will support the Senior Director of Scientific Programs by providing scientific expertise and input into the development of AACR scientific and strategic programs and initiatives. In addition, the Associate Director will also be responsible for managing the workflow of the department’s projects by developing and implementing SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures) for the AACR Annual Meeting and other meetings and special programs that are under the purview of the Senior Director. Reporting to the Senior Director, the Associate Director will be responsible for overseeing and managing the day-to-day operations of the department.  Under the leadership of the Senior Director, the Associate Director will manage key aspects related to the planning and execution of the AACR Annual Meeting, which is the largest and most prestigious multidisciplinary cancer research meeting in the world.   This position requires sustained interactions with the CEO, other AACR officers, and leading cancer researchers who are serving on program committees to develop the programmatic goals and objectives, outcomes, and deliverables for scientific programs. The position also requires ongoing collaborations with internal staff across multiple departments (marketing, fundraising, publishing, finance, meeting logistics, CME, etc.) to successfully execute the scientific programs according to AACR’s high standards. 
Department
Scientific Programs
ID
2023-1554
Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 5 months ago(10/11/2023 9:41 AM)
The fundraising arm of the AACR, the AACR Foundation, seeks an accomplished, energetic, and results-oriented professional focused on helping to shape and execute the strategic vision of the Foundation. She/he will be an innovative strategist who possesses a breadth of experience and a deep understanding of the biomedical and academic research ecosystem, which the Director will leverage to benefit the fundraising and engagement efforts of the Foundation. The Director of Scientific Partnerships and Engagement will interface regularly with colleagues across the organization to gain intimate knowledge of AACR initiatives and to leverage synergies where possible. The Director will advise the Chief Philanthropic Officer on key strategic opportunities and will work closely with the leaders of each functional area within the Foundation (e.g., corporate alliances, foundation relations, individual giving, etc.) by developing partnership concepts, supporting marketing/communications efforts, liaising with a diversity of funders, and generally serving as a champion for the AACR’s research and scientific efforts both internally and externally. The successful candidate will serve as a senior-level staff member of the AACR Foundation, modeling a positive and professional demeanor. They will travel locally and nationally on a regular basis, often to attend scientific conferences and to prospective donors and constituents in productive, face-to-face visits. As an ambassador for the AACR, the Director will be expected to exude professionalism, competence, and dedication to the field for the benefit of cancer patients.
Department
AACR Foundation
ID
2023-1552
Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 5 months ago(9/19/2023 2:28 PM)
Provides support to the Director and Senior Director in all aspects of the scientific review and grants administration. Assists in the development and execution of the grant review and evaluation process and in the generation of reports and other related materials to be presented to funders, review committees, and other stakeholders.
Department
Scientific Review and Grants Admin
ID
2023-1545
Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 6 months ago(9/12/2023 1:17 PM)
Founded in 1907, the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) is the world’s first and largest professional organization dedicated to advancing cancer research through its mission to prevent and cure all cancers. AACR’s growing membership now includes more than 54,000 laboratory, translational, and clinical researchers, other health care professionals, and patient advocates residing in 130 countries and territories. Through its wide array of programs, this prestigious and dynamic organization leverages the full spectrum of expertise of the cancer community to accelerate progress in the prevention, understanding, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer.   The AACR is seeking a candidate to support AACR’s mission and programs that are designed to drive the future scientific agenda of the organization. Specifically, this position will support the Director of Scientific Programs and Strategic Initiatives, who oversees all AACR scientific working groups, AACR scientific achievement awards and lectureships, the Fellows of the AACR Academy, and all annual AACR committee appointments.   Regarding the latter, on an annual basis, various AACR committees are formed to assist with the planning of the AACR Annual Meeting, selection of scientific achievement award and scientific grant recipients, as well as to guide ongoing programs and initiatives dedicated to supporting AACR’s mission to prevent and cure all cancers. One of the primary responsibilities of this position will be to assist with the AACR’s annual committee appointment process by tracking committee-associated appointments, communications, and file repositories. In addition, this position will involve training dedicated to webpage maintenance, construction, and content building.   Secondarily, this position will provide as needed administrative support to AACR’s scientific working groups and AACR scientific achievement awards platform.   AACR scientific working groups function within the framework of the AACR to explore expanded research opportunities and to advance discoveries that lead to greater knowledge and understanding of cancer. There are currently eight AACR scientific working groups dedicated to the following scientific disciplines: cancer evolution, cancer prevention, cancer immunology, chemistry in cancer research, pediatric cancer, population sciences, radiation science and medicine, and the tumor microenvironment.   Additionally, the AACR distributes over 20 annual scientific achievement awards and lectureships to individuals who have made significant contributions to our understanding of the biology, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of cancer. Such individuals are selected through a formal nomination and election process and are celebrated throughout the year and primarily in conjunction with the AACR Annual Meeting.   The Program Coordinator, Scientific Programs and Strategic Initiatives position will assist with the general administration of these various AACR programs on an as needed basis and in collaboration with existing Executive Office staff.
Department
Executive Office
ID
2023-1541
Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 6 months ago(9/12/2023 8:37 AM)
The Scientific Program Administrator will be charged with leading the annual execution of all AACR Academy activities, which in addition to the nomination and election of new classes of Fellows includes convening meetings of the AACR Academy to discuss timely and important scientific issues as well as coordinating an annual induction ceremony whereby all newly elected Fellows are formally inducted into the AACR Academy.   The position will also involve collaborating with AACR’s various internal departments to conceptualize and facilitate the generation of media coverage that highlights the scientific achievements of Fellows and how their discoveries have impacted cancer patient care. The position may also involve collaborating with AACR’s Science Policy and Government Affairs Washington, DC Office staff to mobilize AACR Fellows to comment on, support, or reject various governmental issues or proposed legislative initiatives that have implications for the cancer research community.   To accomplish all tasks associated with the position, the Scientific Program Administrator will work closely with the Scientific Programs and Strategic Initiatives team within the AACR’s Executive Office and the AACR Academy’s Steering Committee leadership body that is responsible for assisting with the administration of all relevant programs, activities, and initiatives pertaining to the AACR Academy.
Department
Executive Office
ID
2023-1539
Job Locations US-DC
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 7 months ago(7/19/2023 1:49 PM)
AACR is seeking to build its regulatory science and policy team with a Regulatory Science and Policy Analyst. The Regulatory Science and Policy Analyst will play a key role in developing and implementing a range of exciting initiatives designed to optimize the regulatory process and accommodate the fast pace of innovation in science and technology. Interested candidates should have a strong biomedical background with knowledge and interest in development and regulation of new cancer medicine.
Department
Science Policy and Government Affairs
ID
2023-1525
Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 9 months ago(6/16/2023 12:39 PM)
The Director of Marketing for the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) will  assume leadership in and responsibility for the creation and execution of the AACR’s marketing strategies and tactics. Inherent in this position is the gathering and analysis of member, nonmember end-user, and marketplace data to establish the future direction for marketing and positioning of AACR products and services through a variety of mechanisms for the intended audiences. Such audiences include the diverse worldwide community of cancer scientists, physicians, other health care professionals, members of the public interested in cancer, and policy makers and advocates for cancer research, early detection, treatment, and prevention. This individual will also be responsible for targeted and segmented marketing of AACR to its member and nonmember base, the international cancer community, and the general public, marketing AACR as the most prestigious, unique voice and leader in all subfields of cancer research.   The Director of Marketing will work closely with the Chief Marketing Officer to develop and implement AACR’s comprehensive marketing strategy and will work collaboratively with other AACR divisions/departments to convey and enhance AACR’s position as the world’s premier cancer research association. 
Department
Marketing and Creative Services
ID
2023-1522