- Deputy Director for Science Coordination
phone - 415/597-9106
fax - 415/597-9213
Leslie Roos, Deputy Director for Science Coordination, joined the Clinical Epidemiology Program staff in February 1987 to coordinate the newly funded Center for AIDS Prevention Studies (CAPS). Prior to coming to CAPS, she played a pivotal role in organizing, implementing, and overseeing the day-to-day operations of several large-scale NIH-funded research projects.
Ms. Roos has played a central role in the development and implementation of programmatic activities at CAPS. She is one of six members of the Senior Leadership Group; all scientific, management, financial, and personnel issues and goals are brought to this group for resolution. She is a member of the Executive Committee. Ms. Roos coordinates planning for the Center’s scientific and administrative meetings, scientific retreats, strategic planning sessions and scientific conferences. She coordinates the preparation of the scientific portions of the non-competing and competing continuation applications. She tracks information on CAPS activities for the purposes of documentation, dissemination, and assuring effective communications within the Center. She is the Center’s archivist, providing the institutional memory and documentation for the history of CAPS. She is a member of the team that is developing the monitoring and evaluation plan so the Executive Committee is provided with timely data to evaluate the progress of the cores and the Center as a whole in achieving their aims. Ms. Roos is responsible for space allocation. She coordinates the CAPS, ARI and AETC Information Technology Users Group meetings.
Ms. Roos coordinates the weekly Town Hall series of noon hour scientific presentations by CAPS faculty, ARI and visiting scientists. She coordinates the Peer Review program for reviews of grant proposals, pink sheets, manuscripts and conference abstracts. She coordinates the CAPS Innovative Grants Programapplication and review process. She coordinates mentoring logistics for faculty aspirants and early career scientists.
- Administrative Core
- Developmental Core
1986, BA (Liberal Studies), San Francisco State University
Last modified: March 21, 2011