Job posting number: #7151472
Posted: June 1, 2023
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
Job DescriptionApplies scientific methodology to conceptualize, propose, and implement appropriate methodologies for statistical analyses. Maintains and updates centralized research awards database. Assists with grant preparations and clinical trial budgets. Develops and validates reporting data, validates data subsets of funding data, and facilitates quality control procedures to ensure data accuracy.
The Biostatistician will work within the Department of Urology on a variety of projects that examine the delivery, access, and quality of urologic care. This position involves responsibilities for a wide range of data management, programming, and analytic needs related to research based on large observational datasets (e.g., SEER-Medicare, Pennsylvania Cancer Registry, Pennsylvania Health Care Cost Containment Council, Optum datasets) as well as institutional clinical datasets. Responsibilities include directing Urology Fellows and Residents in research trial design, including performing power analyses and/or simulations, and writing statistical sections of research proposals. Incumbent will also be responsible for assisting with medical manuscript preparation, including writing and editing statistical methods and results.
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