Virginia Commonwealth University Department of Biostatistics invites applications for a full time 12-month, non-tenured, open rank faculty position at the level of assistant, associate or full professor. We are seeking applicants with training and research interest in the design and analysis of clinical trials, with specialization in any phase of oncology trials, or in closely related areas. The candidate should have interdisciplinary research interests and scholarship that complements and expands existing expertise in the department, which includes (but is not limited to) adaptive clinical trial designs, predictive and prognostic modeling, longitudinal and hierarchical modeling, nonparametric methods, survival analysis, and statistical computing. The successful applicant would be expected to obtain and maintain extramural grant support through collaborative means, teach graduate-level courses and advise graduate students in areas relevant to clinical trials, and provide departmental and university service. Those applying at the associate professor level or above should show evidence of a well-developed scholarly/research portfolio with multi-disciplinary applications and external funding records.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Interested candidates should access the following link to complete the online application: https://www.vcujobs.com/postings/105238. Please include your CV, cover letter, diversity statement and contact for 3 references. Please email questions to: Le Kang, PhD, Search Committee Chair, email@example.com.
About Virginia Commonwealth University
Department of Biostatistics at Virginia Commonwealth University aims to improve human health through methodological research, graduate education and collaboration with health science researchers on biostatistical methods and applications. Our focus includes designing and helping conduct novel clinical trials for investigating potential cancer therapies. We collaborate with public health research teams on complicated hierarchical, multifaceted health problem. As educators, we aim to train the next generation of biostatisticians and data scientists in methodological, collaborative and leadership skills.