Ground breaking science. Advancing medicine. Healing made personal.
Seeking full-time Biostatistical Programmer/Analyst for epidemiologic studies of environmental exposures and children’s health. Working as a member of the biostatistical team on multiple environmental health studies, the individual will be an integral team member providing analytic support requiring high-level analytic skills
- Review proposed grant applications
- Work closely with other analysts recommending analytic strategies to accommodate study design, planning, preparing, and interpreting statistical analysis plans
- Advising researchers on analytic problems, and preparing reports on analytic plans
- Perform biostatistical analyses using SAS and/or R to perform data analysis including working with complex and possibly high dimensional data sets
- Summarize results including writing text for papers, grants, and reports. Maintaining files and records
- Opportunity for co-authorship of scientific research papers
- Education: Master’s degree in biostatistics, epidemiology or related field
- 1 year of biostatistics or related experience in research preferred
- Proficiency with SAS and/or R programming required
- Demonstrated knowledge of statistical research
principles, methods, procedures and standards
- Experience analyzing and interpreting observational research
data as well as applying a range of
statistical techniques in support of epidemiologic research
- Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing required
- Experience in working with metabolomic, epigenetic and/or microbiome datasets a plus but not required
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