Head of Scientific Marketing and Outreach

New York Stem Cell Foundation
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New York, NY 10019
Job Description

The Head of Scientific Marketing and Outreach is charged with raising awareness of NYSCF's unique research model and competencies to the lay public, government, and foundations. They will establish / maintain relationships with key opinion leaders in the foundation and scientific communities as well as the world-class NYSCF innovators and Fellows community to build on NYSCF's strong partnerships, connectivity, and reputation. The Head works closely with the NYSCF Research Institute scientists and the Development staff in developing programming for both the scientific community and lay public. They will also develop and overall marketing and outreach strategy and create written communications for our programs.

Responsibilities include:

  • Lead NYSCF's external grant programs and alumni network
  • Lead and develop NYSCF's local programming – create and manage overall annual program curriculum at the NYSCF Commons/Lecture Hall building NYSCF's presence in NYC/Tri-state and build on our convener role
  • Lead NYSCF's annual Translational Stem Cell Research Conference, including creating outreach and marketing materials
  • Create marketing materials that convey NYSCF's scientific mission and advances
  • Develop content for our programs across NYSCF's social media channels
  • Create and review scientific and programmatic content of NYSCF's publications and presentations
  • Assist Development with philanthropic and other foundation proposals
  • Manage event planning and digital/graphic design groups
  • Oversee 6-8 staff members



  • Experience in health care marketing/programming required
  • PhD or masters in Life Sciences required
  • Regenerative Medicine experience a plus
  • 5+ years of post graduate work experience
  • Self-starter, initiative-taker, proactive; Important to be flexible and comfortable in a highly entrepreneurial, fast-paced, team-oriented nonprofit biotech environment
  • Experience with the development/oversight of Scientific Programs/Conferences desired
  • Excellent writing and communications skills
  • Must be able to work independently, handle multiple priorities and simultaneous deadlines
  • Travel required


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