The Biostatistician will work under the guidance of a Biostatistical Team Lead to complete statistical analysis plans (SAPs) involving complicated longitudinal registry data. The Biostatistician will help to compile appropriate analytic summaries and context for reports and publications. The Biostatistician may serve as project lead to present SAPs and final reports to clients.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Compiles, analyzes and reports statistical data for various projects
Carries out complex statistical analyses with minimal supervision according to a statistical analysis plan
Assists Biostatistical Team Lead in the development of new statistical methodology for measurement and analysis of data
Applies advanced statistical methods, which may include simulation models and other statistical programming as needed
Assesses relevant literature as well as existing data, evaluates the quality of data used in reports and assists with preparation and distribution of periodic reports
Prepares written reports and summarizes data for investigators with minimal supervision.
Plans for and makes high level suggestions regarding reports, working towards writing SAPs independently.
Makes original contributions to research projects, takes initiative in professional activities and is independent in their statistical decision making
Rather than just implementing approaches, suggests approaches and ways to improve processes
Closely collaborates and participates in knowledge sharing with other statistical analysts
Utilizes various database management systems as required
Can initiate leadership on smaller projects
Master's degree in Biostatistics, Statistics, Bioinformatics, Mathematics or related field required
Required >5 years of applied statistical experience
Preference is given to applications with >3 years of experience with complicated longitudinal datasets and applied advanced statistical methods
Experience with data science techniques including machine learning and associated software a plus
Extensive knowledge of at least one major statistical software package such as Stata, SAS or R is required, with preference given to those with Stata experience
Ability to travel domestically and internationally; valid passport required
Reliable transportation for local travel and a valid driver’s license is required
Must be highly organized and detail-oriented, with excellent time management skills and ability to multi-task
Must possess strong English communication and writing skills and be able to work independently and as part of a team
Requires a strong working knowledge of MS Office, Word, PowerPoint and Excel
Additional duties may be assigned, either temporary or permanent based upon company needs
Completion of GCP training (provided by Corrona)
Title and salary commensurate with experience
About Corrona LLC
Corrona provides real world evidence through syndicated registry data and analysis services, helping biopharmaceutical companies demonstrate the value of their products to clinicians, patients, payers, and regulators. Corrona operates six major autoimmune registries across the US, Canada and Japan, collecting data from over 500 participating investigator sites.
In addition, to supporting hundreds of manuscripts and abstracts, Corrona has supported post approval safety commitments for multiple advanced therapies approved for autoimmune conditions.
Corrona is headquartered in Waltham, MA. Through its subsidiary Health iQ, Corrona has access to a broad range of UK and international data sets across primary and secondary care, as well as deep relationships with the NHS, Public Health England, and leading UK academic institutions. The Company’s HealthiVibe business complements and strengthens Corrona’s strong presence in disease registries by providing market-leading expertise in supporting innovative, evidence-based patient engagement initiatives across the product lifecycle.