Seeking a highly motivated and qualified postdoctoral fellow to conduct both methodology and collaborative research at IU School of Medicine. Ample opportunities exist to address statistical challenges motivated by medical problems in particular in cancer research. Research topics include but not limited to early phase clinical trial designs, survival and longitudinal outcome prediction, as well as the efficient analysis of EHR data. This position is expected to be 2 years, with flexible start dates. If necessary, it can be extended to the third year.
Applicants are expected to have a Ph.D. in Biostatistics or related quantitative sciences. A successful candidate should have strong motivations in developing statistical methods for solving medical problems, excellent oral/written communication skills, and proficient statistical and computational skills (R and/or Python).
Department Contact for Questions:
Ann Lyon firstname.lastname@example.org
OAA #: IUSM004482016
Internal Number: 6563
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