Biostatistician 1 supporting research projects across the health sciences fields as a member of the College of Optometry; under the supervision of senior biostatisticians, conducts and interprets analyses of biomedical research data using descriptive statistics, basic inferential tests, and advanced statistical procedures; develops and prepares programs using statistical software; extracts and cleans datasets; collaborates on data collection and analysis methods; develops reports, graphs, and tables for use by investigators for publication and presentation; and attends statistical seminars and workshops.
Master's degree in biostatistics, statistics or related field; demonstrated knowledge of standard statistical analysis methodologies with knowledge of at least one statistical programming language such as SAS, STATA, or R required with SAS as preferred; ability to communicate difficult statistical topics to lay people; one to two years of experience in a statistician capacity; requires successful completion of a background check.
Additional coursework in epidemiology, public health, biology or medicine; experience as a biostatistician; experience in managing large data sets and utilizing statistical software packages.
Target Salary: $58,000.00 - $61,000.00 Annually
Job Category: Administrative and Professional
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