The Biostatistician will participate independently and as a member of a research team in the design, conduct, and analysis of CSS studies under the direction of faculty and senior Biostatisticians. In particular, the Biostatistician will analyze longitudinal biomarkers collected from imaging and genetics data for early onset Alzheimer's patients as a part of the LEADS project. The Biostatistician will be responsible for programming efforts related to study monitoring and analysis, and may be asked to participate in writing efforts. The Biostatistician plays a key role in the development and production of study forms, data validations, query reports, and global study reports for clinical studies by providing statistical, programming, and clinical trials expertise. They will participate in Group-wide and study-specific conference calls.
Masters degree in Biostatistics, Statistics or Biometry. (A Masters degree in Epidemiology, Health Services Research, Applied Mathematics, Data Science or related field may be sufficient if all appropriate statistical coursework has been completed, or combination of extensive statistical training and experience.)
Experience implementing and familiarity with standard statistical techniques for longitudinal high-dimensional data is required.
Experience with implementing methods for analysis of imaging and genetic biomarker data and competency in clinical trial data analysis is desirable.
Familiar with data maintenance and manipulation (variable creation, data cleaning, etc.)
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Proven ability to work effectively on multiple projects at the same time and learn complex technical concepts.
Proficiency in a major statistical software package (R, SAS, or related software). Experience computing in both a Windows and UNIX environment is also desirable.
0-3 Years experience in Biomedical data analysis.
Background Check- Criminal and educational
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