Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
The Research Data Analyst will be responsible for data analysis and data management related to the clinical and translational studies for the research groups within the UCSF Pulmonary and Critical Care Division. The research groups focus on studies of the acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) and related critical illnesses including sepsis, primarily via analyses of both clinical and biological data from patients enrolled in observational and interventional clinical studies. The goal of the groups is to improve outcomes for ARDS patients via better understanding of the pathogenesis and molecular subtypes of this syndrome.
The successful applicant for this job will be a candidate who has outstanding data management and analysis skills, including analysis of high dimensional data (e.g. transcriptomics, metabolomics, etc). The successful applicant will have already acquired the skills of a seasoned, experienced research professional with a full understanding of in-depth statistical analyses and research software programming techniques. S/he will demonstrate good judgment in selecting methods and techniques for obtaining solutions and will have well-established practices for quality assurance and quality control in data management and analysis. The applicant will work closely with Drs. Calfee and Matthay to help set priorities for the work to be done .
Job responsibilities will include extracting, merging and cleaning datasets; designing, conducting, and interpreting basic and advanced statistical analysis, including analysis of complex high-dimensional biologic data; preparation of summary reports, charts, tables, and figures; contributions to publications and presentations of this data; and contributions to design and improvement of clinical databases and biorepository tracking systems.
Internal Number: 3150346
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