Mount Sinai Careers
BIOSTATISTICIAN I - Department of Environmental Medicine and Public Health
Ground breaking science. Advancing medicine. Healing made personal.
The biostatistical programmer will be a member of the research group of Dr. Allan Just in Environmental Medicine and Public Health at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. The collaborative research group studies how environmental pollutants impact children’s health. Specifically, the group works to incorporate high dimensional data into environmental epidemiologic studies with ongoing research in air pollution exposure modeling with remote sensing (e.g. multi-terabyte datasets from NASA satellites) and also in epigenomics (e.g. hundreds of thousands of methylation sites per microarray sample). The lab is based in a large department that is a leader in environmental public health research within a prominent academic medical campus next to Central Park in Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Mount Sinai offers many opportunities to learn new research skills and this position may fit a candidate with strong statistical programming skills seeking additional research experience in environmental biostatistics and data science.
- Master’s degree in biostatistics, computational biology or related
- Experience working as a biostatistician in a research environment
- While expertise with the R programming language is required, additional experience with command line tools and work with high performance computing approaches will be desirable.
- R – Advanced
- Linux – Basic
- QGIS or ArcGIS – Basic
- MS Outlook – Basic
- Excellent written, oral and interpersonal skills
- Demonstrated analytical and problem solving skills
- Excellent organizational skills
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