NCI Restructures Communications

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Oncology NEWS InternationalOncology NEWS International Vol 9 No 7
Volume 9
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BETHESDA, Md-A major restructuring of the National Cancer Institute’s communications has combined and expanded the activities of four of the institute’s former offices. Susan Sieber, PhD, recently named the institute’s deputy director for communications, will head the new Office of Communications.

BETHESDA, Md—A major restructuring of the National Cancer Institute’s communications has combined and expanded the activities of four of the institute’s former offices. Susan Sieber, PhD, recently named the institute’s deputy director for communications, will head the new Office of Communications.

The restructuring creates five offices within the Office of Communications: cancer information products and systems, outreach and partnerships, media and public communications, technologies and services, and the communications coordination program.

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