Ontario Cancer Research Ethics Board (OCREB)
Are you, or is someone you know, interested in a unique leadership challenge in the area of cancer research ethics? The Ontario Cancer Research Ethics Board (OCREB) Advisory Committee, on behalf of the Board of Directors of the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research (OICR), is calling for nominations for the Chair of OCREB.
The position is part-time (up to two days per week) and would take effect September 1, 2019. Nominations will be accepted up to end of day December 10, 2018. For more information/details about this opportunity, please click here.
The Ontario Cancer Research Ethics Board
Now into its 15th year of operation, OCREB was a pioneer in establishing a centralized model of ethics review for cancer trials in Ontario, which has become widely respected in the research ethics and research communities. As a centralized expert oncology research ethics board, OCREB provides robust ethical reviews of multi-centre cancer clinical trials while streamlining the process. OCREB serves Ontario institutions that conduct multi-centre cancer clinical trials, including pediatrics. For more information, please visit the OCREB website or view the OCREB Annual Report 2017-18.
Nomination packages must include a curriculum vitae and cover letter summarizing the nominee’s relevant experience and background, and clearly indicating the nominee’s willingness to be nominated. Nominations should be sent to:
Dr. Jim Wright
Chair, OCREB Advisory Committee
c/o Janet Manzo
Executive Director, OCREB