Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
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The Department of Psychiatry in the University of Michigan Medical School is seeking an experienced, positive, highly motivated, and organized individual to join our growing research team. The Data Analyst will work with investigators and other research team members to accurately and efficiently carry out a range of programming and analyses tasks for health services research, evaluation, and implementation projects based on large healthcare utilization and outcomes data sources such as electronic health records data, national healthcare datasets, and survey data.
Performing statistical analyses related to multidisciplinary research involving addiction and mental health services.
Synthesis of electronic health record data and pharmacy data, including construction of outcome variables using various clinical data sources.
Executing appropriate modeling and statistical analyses in collaboration with project principal investigators and biostatisticians, including descriptive and multivariable statistical analyses.
Employing appropriate data management and methodological techniques given the data structure and specific research and evaluation questions.
Attending regular meetings with project investigators to discuss progress and preparing presentations of study findings, including drafting of analysis and results sections of reports and papers.
Master’s in Statistics, Public Health (Biostatistics, Epidemiology, Health Services), Informatics, Social Sciences, or related field
Highly motivated, organized, autonomous person with excellent multi-tasking ability and record-keeping
Must be able to program, manage data, and conduct statistical analyses using SAS and be open to learning other programs (R, Stata) as appropriate.
Must have demonstrated data management skills and experience preparing data for analysis
Must have a solid grounding in statistical theory and application, and willingness to learn and apply new methods and approaches.
Possession of excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Exhibits exceptional ability to independently prepare correspondence (especially with e-mail messages) and write/edit/produce reports. Possesses excellent technical writing skills for documenting database structure and content.
Professional demeanor and excellent interpersonal skills
Ability to work and communicate effectively with a multidisciplinary team
Experience with electronic health record data, clinical trials outcome data, and administrative and clinical claims data.
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Internal Number: 179228
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