The objective of the Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion (DHQP), within the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), is to provide healthcare epidemiology prevention Research, Implementation, Evaluation, Surveillance and Medication Safety studies. The Safe Healthcare, Epidemiology, and Prevention Research Development (SHEPheRD) Program allows the CDC to address questions related to healthcare epidemiology prevention research.
Mayura Shinde, PhD, MPH, is a Research Scientist in the Therapeutics and Infectious Disease Epidemiology group at the Department of Population Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute. Dr. Shinde received both her PhD in Epidemiology and Environmental Health and her MPH in Epidemiology from Texas A&M Health Science Center.
The Research Scientist I will join the Biostatistics Center and collaborate with investigators at DPM in ongoing research projects. The Research Scientist I will work with multidisciplinary teams of clinicians, epidemiologists, project managers, programmers, and analysts. The Research Scientist I will have opportunities to participate in statistical methods and tool development activities to help improve statistical analyses and inference and co-author scientific publications. The Research Scientist I will receive mentoring and guidance from experienced faculty biostatisticians with in-depth statistical expertise on a variety of topics including causal inference methods for time-fixed and time-varying treatment settings, missing data, time-series analysis, and design and analysis of cluster randomized trials. The Research Scientist I can also have a non-faculty, academic appointment with Harvard Medical School, and will be entitled to an annual travel fund to attend professional conferences. Title will be determined based on experience.
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