Areas of Expertise:
- Grants Policy & Management
- Program Evaluation
- Contracts & Budget Management
- Interagency Agreements
Rose A. Mills is a Program Analyst in the Data Analytics Branch (DAB) of the Surveillance Research Program (SRP) within the Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences (DCCPS). Ms. Fredua provides leadership, direction, and guidance to NIH staff and extramural communities on grant policies and regulations, and on guidelines in the management of the SRP grants portfolio. She serves as the principal SRP liaison to the DCCPS' Office of the Director on grants administrative policy and management issues, and communicates with staff across SRP on these issues. She is also responsible for coordinating, managing, and monitoring in-house budgets, contracts, and interagency agreements between NCI and other federal agencies.
Prior to joining SRP, Ms. Fredua served as Senior Administrator in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Rutgers University, where she managed the grants portfolio of the Research Collaboratory for Structural Bioinformatics for fiscal and federal compliance, and as Coordinator for the California Family Health Council's Clinical & Community Health Programs Division in the management of Title X federal funding to support the delivery of family health services, reproductive health care, and contraception to community-based health organizations and providers throughout the State of California.