Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
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The Division of Pain Research within the Department of Anesthesiology is hiring a data analyst.
Develop and implement effective data management procedures, design and create datasets for each study, clean large volumes of cross sectional and longitudinal data, and merge data from a variety of sources and formats.
Provide suggestions on adapting alternative methodologies in an effort to improve clinical data collection and management.
Work with the research team to assist in the development of analytical and statistical approaches needed to answer specific research questions. Determine the statistical tests/models to be used. Carry out statistical analyses and evaluate results.
Provide statistical support and training to research staff as needed.
Assist in the preparation of abstracts, manuscripts, and/or grant proposals.
Master's degree plus 5-6 years of data management and/or analysis experience required. Must be capable of a high level of independent work and have the ability to manage data for large research projects. Must have expertise and demonstrated ability to conduct general linear models including multi-variable regression, logistic regression, multi-level/hierarchical modeling; mixed-effects models; missing data techniques; non-parametric statistics; data transformation; variable selection (LASSO; elastic net).
Advanced statistical training and expertise, including proficiency with SPSS, Stata, SAS, R, and/or MPlus. Demonstrated aptitude for learning new statistical and/or data management software. Excellent interpersonal skills. Proven ability to work collaboratively with a team and meet deadlines in a multi-tasking environment. Experience in technical and research writing required.
Doctorate degree is preferred. Expertise and demonstrated ability to conduct propensity score analysis, structural equation modeling, dimension reduction (PCA/EFA), and advanced classification models (support vector machine); cluster analyses. Experience with Tableu or other data visualization software. Prior experience in a medical research setting preferred.
This position is a two-year term limited appointment with potential for extension based on grant funding and performance. At the end of the stated term, the appointment may terminate and will not be eligible for Reduction in Force (RIF) benefits.
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