Applied Statistics, Data analysis/processing, Experimental design
The Biostatistician will be an assistant, associate or full professor level position depending on current rank and experience. The Biostatistician will collaborate with investigators on all facets of the research process from study design and proposal development, study conduct and information management, data analysis and results interpretation, as well as to develop research papers from study results. The Biostatistician will have extensive training and experience in each of the above research steps. Will have a broad understanding of biomedicine and have excellent communications skills to be able to understand and communicate effectively with investigators. In addition, s/he must have knowledge of Biostatistics/Epidemiology and Informatics to be able to translate investigator needs to technical staff e.g. data analysis. Finally, s/he must have a good organizational and time management skills to be able to manage simultaneous and competing demands from a number of supported projects.
Specific Requirements and Preferences In each of these areas: Grant Development, Methodological Support of all facets of clinical research, Data analysis, and Scientific Publication. (Required) For this position, experience with Phase I and II Clinical Trials and Bayesian analytic approaches,is strongly desired.
Additional Salary Information: annual bonus
About Children's National Medical Center and the George Washington University
The Division of Biostatistics and Study Methodology is part of the Children’s Research Institute at Children's National Medical Center, Washington DC, and is comprised of PhD level faculty and Master’s degree-trained biostatisticians and data managers.
Our mission is to provide investigators with comprehensive support to plan, implement and analyze studies requiring quantitative methods and sophisticated data management.