The Biostatistician will provide statistical support for faculty biostatisticians in the Department of Population Medicine (DPM) Biostatistics Center. S/he will work with the faculty biostatisticians on statistical methods development and evaluation projects, data analyses, results summary and interpretation, and manuscript/report preparation using a variety of statistical methodologies and statistical software packages.

Duties and Responsibilities:
• Write statistical algorithms, with guidance from faculty biostatisticians, for methods development and evaluation projects
• Perform data analysis, with guidance from faculty biostatisticians, using a variety of statistical models.
• Take primary responsibility for summarizing results.
• Assist faculty biostatisticians with statistics-related work and consultation.
• Assist faculty biostatisticians with preparing reports on statistical work for project deliverables and professional conferences.

Minimum Requirements:
• Master's Degree in biostatistics, statistics, or a related quantitative field.
• Interest in and experience with statistical methods development
• Knowledge and experience with state-of-the-art statistical methodology and analysis such as propensity score models, mixed effects models, etc.
• Excellent written and interpersonal communication skills
• Ability to work independently and with minimal guidance on simultaneous projects
• Knowledge and experience with other statistical software such as R and Stata a plus.
• Experience with and interest in manuscript writing and preparation a plus
• Relevant experience in a health care, academic, or research environment preferred.
• Proficiency in SAS statistical software including SAS Macro, SAS/STAT, SAS/Graph.


To apply please send curriculum vitae and the names of three references by email to

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Women and minority candidates are especially encouraged to apply.

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