Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Perform data management, data cleaning, quality control, and epidemiological analysis of large population studies (including basic descriptive statistics, stratified analyses, and tabular/visual summarization of results). Generate documentation of the procedures performed.
Conduct systematic literature reviews relevant to research questions.
Co-author research papers and manuscripts for publication, and collaborate in the development of posters and data presentations for conferences and workshops.
Assist with project administrative tasks such as IRB amendments, meeting scheduling, and note-taking.
Bachelor degree and 1-3 years work experience in related field (Epidemiology, Statistics, Biostatistics, or equivalent). Stata and/or SAS programming experience.
Masters degree preferred. Experience with analysis of population-based survey data. Interest and expertise in the field of tobacco control or other related substance abuse disorders. Demonstrated interpersonal skills and oral and written communication. Experience conducting systematic reviews.
A cover letter is requested at the time of application.
This position is term-limited for one year with the possibility to extend contingent upon available funding.
Michigan Public Health is seeking a dynamic staff member with a commitment to contributing to a diverse, equitable and inclusive environment for all members of our community.
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The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Internal Number: 178361
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